5 Best Bedroom Plants to Buy in the Monsoons

5 Best Bedroom Plants to Buy in the Monsoons

5 Best Bedroom Plants to Buy in the Monsoons

Designing a bedroom that promotes good and peaceful sleep is important since we spend a lot of time there. Including plants in your bedroom can help shift you from a waking state to a more relaxed level of mental state, improving the quality of your sleep. 

It is said that indoor plants can increase pleasant emotions while decreasing negative emotions, which can help improve our ability to fall asleep. This is why many designers have embraced biophilic design to deepen our relationship with nature. 

Thus, if you’re searching for a tall plant that can be cared for appropriately or a hanging plant that can add flair to your bedroom, there are a few options mentioned below which can help you this monsoon.

Lavender

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Lavender is a great addition to your bedroom which can provide a charming touch to your room, thanks to its silvery-green foliage and purple blooms. It requires strong interior lighting, and occasional watering when the soil has become slightly dry. 

Lavender provides a soothing aroma which can have a calming effect on your nervous system. While this perennial plant won’t last forever indoors, it can still be enjoyed for a few months. If you want it to return next year, simply shift it outdoors once its blossoms have faded.

Heartleaf Philodendron

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For a beautiful and stunning display, place this charming plant with heart-shaped leaves in your bedroom on the dresser or nightstand. This low-maintenance plant can thrive in low light and only needs to be watered when the top layer of soil feels dry. 

However, it should be kept out of the reach of children and pets, as it can be harmful if ingested. Even beginner plant parents can plant it and enjoy the beauty of this attractive vining plant with glossy, cascading leaves that enhance the look of any nightstand or bookcase.

ZZ plant

The ZZ plant, also called zamioculas zamiifolia, is a low-maintenance indoor plant that can survive with minimal light and irregular watering.  Simply water it when the top few inches of soil feel dry to keep it healthy. This gorgeous plant is a must-have for your bedroom, nightstand or dresser.

With its shiny leaves and bold upright form, this plant is tough and does well in low-light situations, making it an excellent option for bedrooms. It can even thrive in dim light or no light at all. Just remember to water it every few weeks.

Monstera

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Monstera or Swiss cheese plant, is quite attractive and appealing to the eyes. This is a low-maintenance plant that only needs to be watered weekly and requires moderate light. You can water it when the top few inches of soil feel dry. 

However, if you have pets, it’s best to avoid this plant since its leaves could irritate cats, dogs, or other small animals. But this plant is a great addition to bedrooms and living rooms.

Parlor Palm

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The parlor palm plant requires frequent but gentle watering and bright indoor lighting, making it a better choice for experienced plant owners. However, it is worth the effort and time invested.

This is an elegant and visually appealing plant which will provide style to your bedroom. This lovely bedroom plant can tolerate medium light levels but prefers strong indirect light. The plant needs to be watered when the soil feels slightly dry.

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