Its eye-catching vertical sword-like foliage to less need to take care of the Snake Plant improves air quality and makes you sleep better.

Snake Plant

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Its shiny heart-shaped golden leaves and vining stems can grow up to several heights. Hang them in pots or place them on the bedroom shelves.

Golden Pothos

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If you feel trouble sleeping in the night, see scary dreams, and your mind attracts negative thoughts, jasmine plant calming effects work wondrously and make you sleep better.

Jasminum polyanthum

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 Famous for apparent reasons, Monstera plants require weekly watering and little care. If you follow fashion influences on Instagram, you probably have noticed the beautiful Monstera plant in their bedroom.

Monstera

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Dracaena is a beautiful addition to fill up space in your bedroom. They can grow up to three feet and have long-strappy leaves; make sure to keep the soil moist.

Dracaena

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Lavender plants require direct sunlight for hours and to keep bloomy water regularly. The best is to place a south-facing window.

Lavender

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Dark, glossy leave plants require moderate light and little care—a perfect fit to vibrant your bedroom. Water regularly and leave the soil moist, and when you want to prune it, make sure to wear gardening gloves.

Rubber Plant

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lady palm should be your first choice when it comes to opting for the plants for a bedroom. The lady’s palm has beautiful leaves in an elegant fan pattern

Lady Palm

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It requires bright sunlight in winter and fall while moderate light in summer and spring. Hang them in the flowerpot, or mix them with other shrubs; English ivy embellishes the home decor.

English Ivy

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Peace lily adds flawless beauty to your bedroom. They can thrive on low light, but they bloom beautiful flowers when the plant gets bright sunlight.

Peace lily

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