Top 5 indoor Plants that Provide Oxygen 

                   Top 5 indoor Plants that Provide Oxygen

All the plants are important for all people. All the indoor oxygen plants use for all the fields. Indoor oxygen plants become attractive and beautiful for homes, schools, office, hospitals and any other place The most important of indoor oxygen plants create oxygen in the air and also reduce air pollution in the environment. All people like these indoor plants because these indoor plants are very useful and attractive. There are many types of how to get oxygen by plants and trees so you can understand the importance of plants. These types of plants are very useful so you can take some attendance about Plants.

Oxygen 

Here are plants it can improve oxygen in the environment for the people breath for the people

  (1)     Peace Lily

Peace Lily

The second name of this plant is Cobra Plant. The flower of this plant is shiny white so it looks like a cobra plant. The leaves of this plant are dark green so the beauty of this plant is amazing. The best area of this plant is low light so this plant is growing very well in houses and offices. This plant reduces benzene, formaldehyde and any other pollution. The height of this plant is 0.5 to 1 foot

How to care of Peace Lilies?

Step 1:
Keep the soil moist, but do not over water. Peace lilies can withstand short periods of dry soil, but if left untreated for a long time, their leaves will turn brown.

Step 2:
Peace lilies are usually sensitive to chemicals found in tap water, such as fluoride, which can cause brown leaf tips. If possible, use filtered, water at room temperature.

Step 3:
The peace greenery enjoys high humidity. Casting their leaves or placing the pot on a moist tray of pebbles can help increase moisture.

Step 4:
The weight of Peace Lotus is not a heavy feeder, so only occasionally fertile. To encourage the growth of spring and summer and summer, fertilize every 6 weeks or so with the home-grown fertilizer at the end of winter.

Step 5:
Peace greenery is a tropical plant, so keep it at a temperature of 60 ° F (16 ° C) and away from the cold, draft window. They do best in temperatures up to 70 ° F (21 ° C).

Step 6:
Keep these plants away from direct sunlight in the afternoon, but in a well-lit area. The window to the east is ideal, as they will expose the warmth of the morning sun but avoid the intensity of mid-day rays.

(2)    Snake plant

Snake plant

The name of this plant is known for mother-in-law’s tongue. This plant is reduced formaldehyde, carbon dioxide and other pollution in the air and improves oxygen in the air. The best place for this plant is a bedroom. Snake plant provides oxygen at night in the bedroom. your plant dies when you forget to provide water for the plant. This plant is famous for oxygen. plant needs water in a week.

How to care Snake plant:

Step 1: Do not water frequently. Allow the water to dry out the soil for the most part.

(1) To know when it’s time to water, don’t just rely on what the surface of the soil looks like. Instead, carefully stick your finger or wooden chopstick a few inches into the ground. If you feel any moisture or stick to soil chopstick, stop watering.

(2) If possible, water from the bottom of the vessel. This encourages the root to develop downward and deep, helping to stabilize thick, tall leaves.
In winter, when the plant is not actively growing, in the spring and summer the water is less than you would like.

Step 2: Large, flat leaves collect dust; Clean them with a damp cloth as needed.

(1) In good condition, snake plants are fast growing and may need to be distributed annually.
(2) Divide and report in spring IDE. With a well-drained potting mix, cut both the leaves and a portion containing the roots and place in the pot.
(3) If a snake is messy, it can occasionally flower. Clusters of fragrant, greenish-white flowers appear on tall spikes.

(3)     Areca palm plant

 

Areca palm plant

There are two other names of this plant. The second name of this plant is yellow butterfly palm and golden cane palm. This plant reduces formaldehyde and withholds oxygen to a breath of people. This plant is taller than any other indoor plants. The height of this plant is six to seven foot. Areca plant needs one litter in twenty-four hours. This plant removes benzene, carbon monoxide and any other pollution in the environment. This plant is used in indoor and outdoor.

How to care of Areca plant?

Step 1:
Care of Eureka palms indoors is not difficult, but the plant will not tolerate neglect. Their water is always enough to keep the soil slightly moist in spring and summer and summer, and allow them to dry slightly between the water in the fall and winter.

Step 2:
Fertilize the Areca palm plants with timely release fertilizer in the spring. This gives the plant the nutrients it needs throughout the season. Friends benefit from micronutrient spray in the summer.

Step 3:
You can use liquid houseplant fertilizers that contain micronutrients for this purpose. Make sure the product is labeled as safe for leaf feedings, and dilute it according to the label instructions. Do not feed Erca palm plants in the fall and winter.

Step 4:
Areca Palm Houseplants are required to be reported every two to three years. Plants love tight containers, and dense roots help limit plant size. The main reasons for reporting are to replace the aged potting soil and remove the accumulation of compost salt in the soil and on the sides of the vessel. Use lukewarm soil or a general purpose mix in the palm with a handful of clean builder’s sand.

Step 5:
Be sure to plant the palm in the new vessel at the depth of the new vessel. Planting it more deeply can lead to serious injury. The roots are brittle, so try not to spread them. After filling the roots around the soil, press down with your hand to make sure the soil is tightly packed. Remove the pockets of air by spraying them in the pot with water and pressing down again. Add extra clay if needed.

(4)     Rubber plant

Rubber plant

There are two names of this plant. The first name is ficus elastic and the second name of this plant is Indian rubber bush plant. This plant reduces formaldehyde in the environment and reduces air pollution. This plant is provided oxygen for the man. The height of this plant is twelve inches.

How to care of Rubber Plant?

Step 1: Light up
Rubber plants prefer bright, indirect light that is not too hot. Direct sunlight can lead to hammock leaves. You can keep your rubber plant close to the window along with the curtains so that it receives just the right amount of sunlight. More diverse varieties need more light to help bring out their colors, so make sure they get enough bright light especially.

Step 2: Water care header
These plants need more water during the summer growing season. You should keep the soil moist, but do not sink. You should also wipe down the leaves with a damp cloth and clean them to help your plants absorb more sunlight. Misting is another option if you do not want to clean every leaf. Always keep your rubber plants in well-drained soil to withstand root rot.

In their inactive season in winter you want to keep the soil dry but not too dry. Dry the top of the soil a few inches between the wings to make sure you are not waterlogged. If the leaves begin to float, then your rubber plant will tell you that they will need more water.

(5)     Aloe vera

Aloe vera

Aloe plant is the most important plant. This plant is useful for pimples and also uses in medical trade. The height of this plant is five to six inches. Aloe vera  plant is also used in cleaning the air. This plant reduces benzene and formaldehyde.

How to care Aloe Vera?

Step 1:
Put in bright, indirect sunlight or artificial light. A western or south window is ideal. The aloe that is kept in low light often grows in the foot.

Step 2:
The aloe Vera optimizes temperatures between 55 and 80 ° F (13 and 27 ° C). Temperatures are ideal for most homes and apartment parts.

Step 3:
From May to September you can bring your plants out without any stress, but if it is cold at night, take them in the evening.

Step 4:
Water deeply encloses aloe Vera plants, but rarely. To discourage rot, allow the soil to dry at least 1 to 2 inches between watering. Do not let your plants sit in water.

Step 5:
Rarely every 3 weeks and even more during the winter. Before watering, use your finger to check dryness. If the potting mixture remains wet, the roots of the plant may begin to rot.

Step 6:
Rarely fertilize, and just mix with spring and summer and summer balanced home plant formulas on ½ strength.

Step 7:
Root bound by following the instructions in “Planting” above.

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