Green Space

House plants in a comfortable apartment

During these cold winter months, it’s hard not to miss the outdoors. One way to get your outdoor fix is to bring the outdoors in with plants! Having house plants can not only make your home cozy but can also help improve air quality, lower stress and anxiety, improve your mood, and can even improve your sleep. See some of the best indoor plants below!

  • Some of the best houseplants for improving indoor air quality and helping to reduce indoor air chemicals include; Spider Plant, Aloe Vera, English Ivy, Boston Fern, Rubber Tree.
  • Plants releasing oxygen into the air can help promote a more restful, deeper slumber. Some of the best oxygenating plants to add to your bedroom to increase sleep quality include; Snake Plants, Areca Palms, Money Plants, Chinese Evergreen.
  • Don’t get much light in certain areas of your living space? No need to worry there are plenty of ‘low light’ plants that thrive indoors. These plants do best with at least one window or some light nearby, but does not need to be direct Light. Golden Pothos, Spider Plant, Lucky Bamboo, Snake Plant, Staghorn Fern, English Ivy, Peace Lily.
  • For areas of your home that do get more moderate to bright light, these plants will flourish; Palm plants, Rubber Plant, Fiddle Leaf Fig, Jade Plant, Dracaena plants.
Anna Page

Anna Page

Anna is in charge of Marketing & Tenant Relations at Rockwood Living. For the past 5 years, she has worked in both residential and commercial real estate and property management here in Avon Lake, OH as well as in Nashville, TN. Aside from organizing tenant appreciation events and fundraisers for local charities, Anna’s favorite part of working at Rockwood Living is interacting with and creating relationships with the tenants. She enjoys working with and supporting local businesses and exploring all that Avon Lake and northeast Ohio has to offer.