The best indoor plants for your health and wellbeing

According to the family-run traditional plant nursery, Wyaston Nursery spider plants are one of the easiest ways to clean the air in your home.

SPIDER PLANT

This creeping succulent vine, with its almost spherical leaves, really does look like a string of pearls and looks best suspended from a small hanging basket or gorgeous macrame plant hanger in any bright room

STRING OF PEARLS

Extremely low maintenance and incredibly pleasing to the eye, the snake plant, otherwise known as Mother-in-Law Tongue is one of the easiest house plants to care fo

SNAKE PLANT

The wonderfully named Peace Lily features one of the most curious flowers. The white part of the plant is actually a bract, kind of like a bright white protective leaf and the tiny flowers sit inside on the upright spadix.

PEACE LILY

Chances are you know all about Aloe Vera if you’ve ever suffered from sunburn as its gel is one of the best ways to reduce skin redness. But did you know the plump jagged spikes also help to purify the air in your home

ALOE VERA

An easy way to make your kitchen smell good is by adding a few aromatic rosemary plants to your windowsill. The fragrant bushy herb is fairly hardy and has endless health benefits when eaten, some of which are said to include reducing head and stomachaches.

ROSEMARY

While these silvery green trees are not typically known as house plants, they can be grown inside provided they’re near a bright, sunny window and a fairly warm spot.

EUCALYPTUS

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