7 Plants That Can Absorb Heat and Make Your Home Extra Cozy


7 Plants That Can Absorb Heat and Make Your Home Extra Cozy 

Homiful.com -- The presence of plants in and around the house makes the atmosphere cooler. Apart from being a decoration that makes the room more alive, green plants also have other benefits. Like the following "7 Plants That Can Absorb Heat and Make Your Home Extra Cozy".

Spider Plant


The ribbon plant, also known as spider ivy, is a plant that can improve air quality and quickly absorb heat to balance the temperature of the room in which it is located. Indoors, the ideal location is in a well-lit room that is not directly exposed to the sun's rays. 

They should maintain a constant humidity level by watering twice a week during the warm months. During the winter, one watering per week or every ten days will suffice.

Peace Lily


The spathiphyllum, also known as the peace lily, is a plant that can absorb excess moisture and thus regulate the temperature. Place it in a warm place away from direct sunlight to allow it to develop optimally. To keep the soil moist, water it with distilled or rain water. You can fill a sprayer with water and water it once a day.

Boston Fern


It is a popular houseplant that is frequently grown in hanging baskets or other similar conditions. It has the ability to absorb formaldehyde, xylene, and toluene from the air. 

Although the fern prefers partial to full shade outside, it will not grow in shade indoors and prefers bright filtered light. It requires a lot of water, good soil, and plenty of space to grow.



This vine can regulate temperature and eliminate indoor pollutants like formaldehyde, xylene, and benzene. If properly supported as an indoor plant, it can grow to be several meters tall. 

The best results are obtained by exposing it to medium indirect light. It can withstand bright light, but long periods of direct sunlight burn the leaves. In general, water only when the soil feels dry to the touch.

Aloe Vera


The aloe vera or aloe vera plant, known for its cosmetic and medicinal uses, is ideal for refreshing the environment of your home because it can regulate the temperature. Maintaining an aloe vera plant is simple because it is a low-maintenance plant. 

Water it only when the soil appears dry or cracked, and no more than once a month in the winter. It requires a lot of light, so put it somewhere where it will get the most sunlight, such as near a window.



The cow's tongue, donkey's ears, mother-in-law's tongue, or snake's tail, as it is also known, can purify the air and regulate the temperature of the spaces where it is found, especially at night, when the microscopic pores of its leaves open to transpire. 

This species is extremely resistant to adverse environmental conditions such as dry and hot air, limited watering, and low light. It is best to water only when the previous substrate has dried out.

Rubber Tree


This species absorbs water through its roots and expel it through pores on the underside of its leaves. The more foliage and larger the leaves, the more moisture it will release. Place it near a shade if possible. 

The rubber tree requires a bright environment and can tolerate a few hours of direct sun exposure per day as long as the sun is not too bright. Watering should be done sparingly. Water the substrate until it is almost completely dry.

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Author        : Rieka

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