Houseplants to cool your bedroom in summer.

While houseplants may not cool a space like an air conditioner, they can increase humidity and cool it through transpiration. These houseplants can cool your bedroom and enhance air quality in summer:

Sansevieria snake plants filter the air and thrive in low light. They release oxygen at night to improve indoor air quality and freshen your bedroom.

Boston Fern (Nephrolepis exaltata): Boston ferns produce moisture and improve bedroom air quality as natural humidifiers and air purifiers. They appreciate indirect sun and regular watering to keep their soil moist.

Peace lilies (Spathiphyllum) eliminate formaldehyde, benzene, and trichloroethylene from the air and have exquisite white blossoms. Wet soil and low to moderate light are ideal for them.

Spider Plant (Chlorophytum comosum): Spider plants endure and are easy to maintain, making them popular bedroom plants. They eliminate indoor air contaminants and create oxygen, freshening the environment. Spider plants like indirect light and moist soil.

Aloe vera plants cool, soothe, and purify the air, making them excellent for summer nights. Low-maintenance houseplants need bright, indirect light and rarely watering.

Weeping figs, or ficus trees, are lovely and multifunctional houseplants that may chill and refresh your bedroom. Bright, indirect light and moist soil suit them. Ficus trees clean indoor air too.

These houseplants can make your bedroom more pleasant and cozy, but they may not lower the temperature like an air conditioner would. However, they can enhance other cooling methods and improve household air quality.

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