Words: Danielle Williams
Photo Credit: Micheile Henderson
I adore plants of all kinds, and someday, I plan on turning my home — or at least one room in my home — into a jungle. Tropical plants and succulents have been popular for a while now, and it’s a thrill to cultivate them and watch them grow week to week. So far, I have more plants in my office than I can count on one hand, and I also have a few scattered around my home. Indoor plants serve two purposes: they are beautiful to look at and bring life indoors, and they help to purify the air.
Each of the following plants helps improve the air quality while adding a vibe of tranquility. If you have pets, make sure to check which indoor plants are toxic to dogs and cats before adding them to your home.
As this season unfolds, you’ll find me spending more time outside in my garden as well as tending to my indoor plants. What are your favorite ways to spend these sunshine-filled days? I’d love to hear about it.
Danielle Williams is the assistant senior managing editor for Stampington & Company. She lives in Costa Mesa, California, with her husband, Casey, and opinionated cat, Holly Golightly.