Bring These Plants to Keep Your Indoors Cool This Summer

Gardening Hacks for the Summer Season

The chilling winter is gone and now summer has already entered our drawing rooms. Like every year, the mercury levels would break the records of the yesteryears. So, you got to take precautions beforehand. You must have an umbrella, sunscreen lotion, face cleanser, scarf, sunglasses, etc. always in your handbag to save yourself from the summer heat. But what about your home? There are fans and air conditioners but nothing can match the natural coolers which are plants. The households where there are more plants are comparatively cooler than the ones which have no or scarce plants. For a better and healthier future, you must bring more plants to your home. Here is a list of some plants that you can bring indoors as they will keep your home cooler.

Rubber Plant

When the summer temperature is soaring high, a rubber plant can be really helpful in cooling your home. The leaves of a rubber plant are broader and bigger and that means more moisture would release into the atmosphere and make your home cooler.  Just make sure it receives filtered sunlight and some water when the soil is dry.

Areca Palm

Areca Palm is one of the most refreshing plants to bring in your home this summer season. Golden cane palm, yellow palm, or butterfly palm are some other names of this plant.

Aloe Vera

Aloe Vera is a famous houseplant and when its is placed in vibrant summer planters it will spruce up all dark spots. The long pointed green leaves bear gel inside them which has many uses. During the summer season, this plant may give rise to flowers too.

Weeping Fig

Weeping Fig

Ficus Benjamina is the scientific name of weeping fig or Benjamin fig or ficus tree. This is a leafy and bushy plant that grows very well indoors.  Bring the tall trunk with bushy top weeping fig plant home and see how cool your summer days become. Just don’t forget to water this plant regularly and provide medium light.

Snake Plant

The scientific name of Snake plant is Sansevieria trifasciata. This is one of those plants that release oxygen at night and thus helps the air to remain clean and cool both. It removes nitrogen oxides, carbon dioxide, trichloroethylene, and toluene from the air.

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