7 Plants that Absorb Heat and Add Coziness to Your Home

7 Plants that Absorb Heat and Add Coziness to Your Home

Homiful.com -- Even though it is not summer, plants are thought to make the house feel cooler. Plants can absorb carbon dioxide from the atmosphere, which is used in the photosynthesis process, and then release water through the evaporation process, which separates plants and humans. As a result, plants can help to stabilize the room temperature. Know the different types of plant that can make the environment feel more homey while also serving as additional decorations.

Aloe vera


Plants that have been identified as a combination of cosmetic ingredients are an excellent choice for making the home environment more pleasant. Aloe vera is a plant that grows well in low light and is easy to propagate. It is also tolerant of soil and neglected watering. Make sure to water it 1 - 3 times per week to keep its growth going

The rubber tree


Plants that draw water from their roots and then expel it through their pores make excellent room decorations. Rubber tree is a plant that requires bright light and can withstand periods of direct sunlight. It is not necessary to water excessively because this can cause it to dry out.

Weeping fig


The weeping fig is one of the tree plants that thrive indoors. This plant can remove toxins indoors and thrives in bright light. To avoid drought, maximum watering is required during the summer. 

Peace lily


The peace lily is a plant that absorb moisture and regulates from temperature. Grows best in a warm, shady location away from direct sunlight. Watering must be considered because excessive watering can cause the soil to rot and die.



This pothos vine can remove harmful pollutants from the air. This plant can grow tall with a support as an ornamental plant and is also lovely in hanging basket for decorating a room corner. Because direct sunlight can burn the leaves, partial lighting is preferred.

Boston fern


This tropical plant, popular as a hanging flower plant, is thought to be can capable of absorbing toxic pollutant gases in the environment. It thrives in the shade and prefers high humidity. The reaction to partial sun is strong enough that it requires regular watering and moist soil to thrive. 



Aglaonema is a lovely plant that requires little care and can thrive in low to moderate light conditions. This plant has lush leaves and beautiful colors and can both humidity and cool the room. The leaves, on the other hand, contain irritants that can poison pets.

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Author       : Lynda
Editor        : Munawaroh
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