Indoor plants that absorb heat: a list of natural coolers
While houseplants are useful for cleansing the air of dust, bacteria and toxins, few people know that some of them can even absorb heat. This is especially true during the summer heat when every degree to cool the room is important.
Experts have ranked the top 5 indoor plants that will help keep the temperature of the house at the right level. The Informacion publication spoke about the details.
Aloe vera has healing properties. The plant helps to get rid of inflammatory processes on the skin, increases regeneration and metabolism in the cells, reduces itching and has an anti-allergic effect. In addition to its beneficial properties, this plant is an expert at regulating room temperature and improving air quality. Caring for aloe is simple. Just put it in a well-lit and ventilated place and water it periodically.
Sansevieria is ideal for hot and dry climates due to its hardiness. The plant releases oxygen at night, freshening the air in the room. Place it on a lighted windowsill and water it only when the soil is dry.
The Ficus robusta will keep your room optimally moist and cool. This plant removes formaldehyde from the air and purifies the environment. Place it in a location with indirect light and always keep the substrate moist.
This ornamental plant helps regulate the temperature in your home by absorbing excess moisture. Spathiphyllum is ideal for humid climates. It should not be placed on a window sill or in other places where it may be exposed to direct sunlight.
Boston fern needs frequent and abundant watering. If regular moisturizing is not done, the plant will quickly dry out. The fern acts as a natural humidifier and has the ability to absorb heat, refreshing the environment. Given its compact size, you can place several pots of fern in different areas of the house.
Earlier OBOZREVATEL shared what plants you can decorate the corridor with in case of the absence of light.