Great Plants To Grow In (Or Around) Your Healthy Home!

Gardening. What a great, healthy way to spend your time! Honestly, who doesn’t want to be outside? Who doesn’t want to have some alone on occasion, or time to spend bonding with your family? And, who doesn’t want to do all these things while getting closer to the earth and doing something productive with your hands?

If you are on a quest to finding home-friendly plants, here is your list! Of course, what you can grow depends on the region in which you live, but there is always something!


Buy a dwarf avocado plant and get to work. Avocados are super healthy, can be added to any meal, and are known to reduce the risk of cancer a great deal. Furthermore, they are most beneficial to remove the menace of heart diseases and help improve eye health.  

Bamboo palm

The bamboo plant is easy to grow, and even easier to maintain. They just need a bit of direct sunlight and regular watering. Bamboo palms look good inside the house and are also very effective at removing formaldehyde from the air. They keep your family healthy by providing cleaner air to breathe.

Aloe Vera

Aloe Vera has countless benefits. Not only do they help with better air around the house by reducing formaldehyde and benzene, but are also great products to be used for skin and hair care. They too need little care. Aloe Vera plants love sunlight and work as a quick remedy for burns and cuts.


If looking for a soothing and calming aromatic air spray then no product can serve your demands as accurately as a Jasmine plant. Not only does it smell heavenly, it also helps with better sleep and keeps everyone fresh around it. While they like to be outdoors, they also survive all right inside the house.

Other options for growing plants at home include:

  • Snake Plant
  • Chinese evergreen
  • Mint plant
  • Onion and garlic plant
  • Potatoes

Growing your own plants at home not only ensures cleaner air and a rather green decoration, but also helps with developing pure and organic eating lifestyle.  

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