Plus, there are some houseplants that are better at getting rid of chemicals, pollen, dust and mold from the air. I make sure to have these plants in my home. Especially these best plants for the bedroom.
The good news is that a lot of these plants that improve air quality are also super easy to grow. Most of the plants in this list of Best Christmas houseplant gifts are actually superstars at purifying indoor air, too!
Some of my favorite ways to give a Christmas gift that will keep on giving. While these houseplants look Christmasy for giving as a present, they can easily be an every day houseplant long after the holidays are over. Any plant parent will love getting a thoughtful gift such as a houseplant to brighten their home and purify their indoor air.
Plus, houseplants and greenery are known to help brighten moods and decrease depression and anxiety. So gifting one of these houseplants is a way of truly showing love towards friends and family.
A live air plant in a Christmas ornament. This is a great gift for your hair dresser or office co-worker. Since air plants need little to no care at all, this one is perfect for anyone who doesn't have a green thumb. Or is scared of gardening.
A classic fern houseplant decorated for Christmas. This one can easily be brought into the bathroom as decor because ferns love humidity. Or in temperate climates they can hang it outside on the porch.
I have one of these hardy plants and they are HARD TO KILL! The gentle pink and red tones in the leaves add a pop of color to shady rooms. Ideal for anyone who forgets to water plants or doesn't like needy houseplants. This plant is also great at purifying the indoor air of a home.
It's a Florida Christmas tree! This palm tree decorated with Christmas ornaments is a great gag gift for anyone dreaming of warmer weather. After the Christmas ornaments come off, the mini palm tree is a great houseplant and cleans air inside the home.
Rosemary trees are perfect tabletop Christmas trees. Plus, the herb trees can be used for cooking and baking after the holiday. They'll keep on growing, providing a mini herb garden. Ideal for foodies and at-home chefs.