Growing plants indoors is relatively easy compared to having an outdoor garden but just as much fun. Not only helps in keeping the environment around them clean, but they also act as a natural home décor. If they are well placed, they not only brighten the space around them, they also purify the air making the atmosphere a restful ambiance and more comforting and relaxing. It’s a proven fact that spend time with nature goes a long way in controlling stress levels and relieving tension. Here are indoor plants that can be grown and kept alive by anyone.


The aloe vera is an ancient plant with succulent pointed leaves. The leaves are well known for its medicinal properties. Aloe vera could grow up to three fit high for indoors with significant impact. Smaller varieties also work in high in sunny, small indoor spaces. Aloe vera thrives well at room temperatures around 65 degrees and a lot of sunlight. As with other succulents, this indoor plant prefers the dry soil so do not waterlog with water.

Zebra aloe vera

Zebra aloe vera


The English IVY has been having been regarded by NASA scientist as the good air-filtering plant, as it is the efficient plant when you are talking about absorbing formaldehyde. They are very flexible and easy to grow. You can try it as a floor or hanging plant. The plant offers a modern elegance; it gives the furniture a pretty effect. The plant grows in moist soil and cooler room temperature with a mid-temperature about 50 degrees to 70 degrees.


The spider plant is an unusual-looking indoor plant, and it adds a visual interest to the room. The plant has been around for long, and it hasn’t been less fashionable. The spider-plant comes in various variations and the work most as hanging plants. They are one of the most natural plants, and they are on the list of NASA best-purifying plants. They are very efficient when it comes to fighting pollutants like formaldehyde, xylem, carbon monoxide and benzene.


Rubber trees are perfect for cleaning the air, and they are very easy to grow, they thrive even in cold climates and dim lighting. The plant should probably develop into an 8-foot tree and could be a fresh pop of greenery in a room. If you want the plant small, you can just make your rubber tree into shrub shape by pruning them regularly. To grow the plant ideally, you should ensure the rubber tree soil to dry in between watering. The plant thrives in a temperature of 60–80 degrees.


The snake plants do not necessarily need much water or light to survive, so they are a logical choice for any part of the home. They absorb carbon dioxide and gives off oxygen during the night, so be sure to add one to your bedroom. While you are thinking about getting an indoor plant, you should note that some plants are toxic, and they can be harmful to your kids and pets.