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Plants that require a low amount of light and water to thrive are typically known as indoor plants. Ambius considers these plants as examples of common indoor plants: 

  • Rubber Plant :The rubber tree (Hevea brasiliensis) is a fast growing, medium to tall tree (25 m high in plantations and up to 40 m in the wild), with deep tap-roots. The trunk is smooth and straight with a grayish bark. It is known for its laticiferous system from which latex is extracted by tapping the trunk.
  • Peacelily : Peace lilies are sturdy, easy to grow plants with glossy, dark green oval leaves that narrow to a point. The leaves rise directly from the soil. These plants also periodically produce lightly fragrant white flowers that resemble calla lilies. The long-lasting, pure white flowers will turn a pale green as they age.
  • Schefflera : Schefflera will adapt to almost any indoor growing conditions, but they prefer medium light, moderate humidity, and temperatures between 60 and 75 degrees F. They make fine office plants under artificial light, but growth will slow down significantly if stuck in a dark corner.
  • Aglaonema : Aglaonemas are slow-growing, attractive, and are great indoor plants as they do not like full sun exposure, great for inside. The Chinese Evergreen is a genus of flowering plants in the arum family, Araceae and are native to tropical and subtropical regions of Asia and New Guinea.
  • Money Plant : Money plants add value to a healthy lifestyle by removing airborne pollutants from indoor air, such as benzene, carbon monoxide, formaldehyde, and xylene. The air in the room with the money plant is known to have more oxygen & helps in easy breathing.

Plant Constituents

  1. Rubber Plant in 5 inches Recyclable Plastic Pot
  2. Peacelily in 5 inches Recyclable Plastic Pot
  3. schefflera in 5 inches Recyclable Plastic Pot
  4. Aglaonema in 5 inches Recyclable Plastic Pot
  5. Money plant in 5 inches Recyclable Plastic Pot
  6. Healthy Soil Mix

Plants Care

  • Water plants regularly.
  • Check the soil moisture.
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  • Give some sunlight or artificial light to plants.
  • Use humidifier to maintain surroundings.
  • Add fertilizers to the pot to provide nutrients to plant.
  • Prune your plant regularly.
  • If mold starts to form on the surface of the soil or there's standing water at the bottom of the container, you've overwatered your plant.
  • Water your plant if the soil becomes lighter in color or cracked.
  • Plants in the succulent family require periods of dryness between watering.


  • Indoor plants may help reduce stress levels. 
  • Real plants may sharpen your attention. 
  • Working with plants can be therapeutic. 
  • Plants may help you recover from illness faster. 
  • Plants may boost your productivity.
  • Plants may improve your whole outlook on work.
  • Potting and taking care of indoor plants can divert your mind from the memory of any troublesome event.
  • Also, watching the plant grow daily gives you a sense of the life around you.
  • Humans are social beings who love to connect, even with plants.
  • It promotes relaxed mental health.