I have several aloe vera plants, at home, and currently one sits on my bedside table. I have it there purely for its aesthetic appeal. These plants are known to purify the air and are listed among the top best indoor plants that clean the air of pollutants. Though plants need light for photosynthesis, it is said that aloe vera plants make their food at night, and it is then that they absorb carbon dioxide and release oxygen. However, the amount of oxygen that a small plant produces would have little effect on air quality. A bigger plant would probably be better suited for that purpose.
What I like about the plant is that it does not require much care. It can go without water for days on end and needs little or no fertilisation. It is a succulent, a desert plant that prefers drought-like conditions.
Several other plants are recommended for bedrooms. And I have some of them in my bedroom - pothos (commonly known as money plant) is available in different variants. I have four varieties that I keep moving around my home. I also have a rubber plant in one corner of the room. It is a hardy plant. Aglaonema or Chinese evergreen is also great for indoors, and it has a permanent spot in my bedroom, along with a peace lily and a snake plant.
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