Five houseplants for better sleep

There is at least one houseplant in every home, and it is often valued for its beauty. The houseplants are excellent decorative elements in the interior – they refresh the ambience, fill in empty corners and beautify unused areas. Their mostly green color has a calming effect and the flowering specimens improve the mood. However, some houseplants have other more important properties – most of them filter indoor air and absorb household pollutants. And not only that! Did you know that 5 plants can even improve your sleep? If you still haven’t chosen house plants for your bedroom, consider our useful suggestions and decide on the most suitable one. Trendomat wishes you a lot of fun reading and numerous peaceful nights with your green sweetheart in the bedroom.

Real aloe

Real aloe has a calming effect

Real aloe has a calming effect


Decorate your aloe with small stones

Decorate your aloe with small stones

The real aloe is indisputably the most famous medicinal plant in the world. Aloe vera gel, which is very rich in healthy substances, is extracted from the leaves of the aloe. The gel contains vitamins, salicylic and amino acids, proteins, aloin, etc. Besides the relaxing effect of this houseplant, it can also have a positive effect on the healing of inflammations and wounds, it stimulates the immune system and is widely used in the cosmetics industry.

Betel nut palm (Areca catechu)

Bring the exotic home with a palm tree

Bring the exotic home with a palm tree

A wicker planter looks natural and chic

A wicker planter looks natural and chic

Betel palms are beautiful ornamental plants and are ideal for spacious rooms. The graceful pinnate leaves of this plant are excellent in any ambience. Choose a wicker or ceramic planter in white or graphite so that the plant stands out clearly in the room. A betel nut palm sets a great natural accent in the bedroom, has a relaxing effect on you and absorbs pollutants and carbon dioxide from the air.

Information for the curious: The genus of the beggar palms has over 55 species, which are very widespread in Southeast Asia, on the islands of the Malay Archipelago, on the island of New Guinea and in Australia. We wish you to visit all of these places or at least bring their exotic atmosphere into your bedroom.

Weeping fig (Ficus benjamina)

Experienced florists can braid stems for a great look

Experienced florists can braid stems for a great look

The weeping fig is a very common ornamental plant in Europe. Look around and you will notice them in many homes, offices, administrative and public Buildings, on balconies etc. The weeping fig is preferred because of its beautiful and thick treetop, which you can style very easily. This plant is easy to care for, propagates without any problems and is not demanding. It absorbs over 70% of the pollutants in the air and soothes the soul with its shape and radiance. In conclusion, weeping fig is ideal for your bedroom.

Bow hemp (Sansevieria trifasciata)

Bow hemp in a clay pot with a metal frame

Bow hemp in a clay pot with a metal frame

Decorate your sansevieria with large white stones

Decorate your sansevieria with large white stones

Sansevieria trifasciata or, in English, bow hemp is an elegant plant from the asparagus family. It has a very good effect on the respiratory tract and the immune system, reduces headaches and regulates blood pressure. These fantastic properties of Sansevieria trifasciata will definitely improve your sleep. The bow hemp also thrives very well in darker, shady areas and does not need to be watered as often.

Sword fern (Nephrolepis exaltata)

The tender leaves of the sword fern clean the air in the room

The tender leaves of the sword fern clean the air in the room

If your houseplant gets too big, you can grow it on the patio or in the garden

If your houseplant gets too big, you can move it on the patio or in the garden

The sword fern (Nephrolepis exaltata) is a universal houseplant for every ambience. Place the pot on the dresser or hang it on the wall. Avoid the window ledge as this houseplant loves shady locations. The sword fern contains healthy oils and regulates the nervous system.

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