8 Houseplants That Cool Your Home During A Heatwave

Releases oxygen at night and can thrive in low light, making it great for bedrooms.

Snake Plant

Absorbs toxins and releases oxygen, improving indoor air quality.

Spider Plant

Helps increase humidity levels and filters out harmful toxins from the air.

Peace Lily

Adds moisture to the air and can help lower indoor temperatures.

Boston Fern

Acts as a natural humidifier and can cool the air through transpiration.

Areca Palm

Absorbs toxins like formaldehyde and can help regulate humidity levels.

Rubber Plant

Removes mold spores from the air and can help reduce indoor temperatures.

English Ivy

 Provides shade and can cool outdoor areas when placed near windows or doors.

Ficus Tree

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