Plants can keep your house cool because they lose water during transpiration, which cools the air around the plants, leaving it purified and fresh. Indoor plants have the ability to absorb heat and produce oxygen that in turn can help lower the atmosphere temperature in your space.
If you’re looking for a natural, inexpensive way to keep your house cool, consider these five plants, which can help keep temperatures down.
We’re familiar to the multiple benefits of having aloe vera at home. Aloe vera is used for sunburns, burns, insect bite, and skin conditions. It’s also known for removing formaldehyde and benzene (which can be a byproduct of chemical-based cleaners, paints and more) to the air. The aloe vera is also known to absorb carbon dioxide and release oxygen at night.
One of the most popular living room plants is the areca palm tree, a decorative house plant that acts as a natural humidifier. The areca palm can freshen a dull living area and filter the air you breathe. Aside from removing benzene and trichloroethylene from the air, It also moisturizes the air to cool your area.
Weeping Fig | Ficus Tree
A ficus in your living room can help reduce air pollution that typically accompanies carpeting and furniture such as formaldehyde, benzene, and trichloroethylene. It’s known for a high rate of transpiration which results in a cool and moist air.
It was mentioned that experts from NASA and other top-notch universities found this beautiful Peace Lily to be one of the top indoor plants for cleaning the air. they absorb the pollutants from the air through their leaves, then send them to their roots, where they’re broken down by microbes in the soil.
The Spider Plant doesn’t just purify the air you breathe and rid it of harmful toxins, it can also keep the air cool as well. It’s incredibly easy to grow, but blooms in a cool to average house temperature and prefer dry soil. This plant is also considered a safe houseplant if you have pets in the house.
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