Friday, June 21, 2019

Can Succulents Improve Room Humidity?

A kind of Aloe vera

We may surprise that there are more than 200 species of succulents, and each species may consist of 40 varieties.

When we went to one of nurseries in my city, Baton Rouge, Louisiana that we saw more than 20 species and varieties of succulent plants.

Around 35 important species have been planted in gardens or small industries all over the world, some of them are:
- Aloe vera
- hens and chick succulent
- burro’s tails
- Panda Plant
- Roseum
- Pincushion Cactus

Variety of hens and chick succulent

One of special about succulent that they could store water in their body (leaves and stems), thus, many people believes that succulent is a symbol of enduring love.

I myself have one species of succulent, Aloe vera. I put the plant inside when temperature drop during winter season, and outside when spring and summer.


Variety of burro’s tails

I use Aloe vera to treat my hair some times. It is because the succulent contains “proteolytic enzymes” to make smooth and shiny hair.

Then, Can Succulents Improve Room Humidity? Yes, sure. Several other benefits of succulent include:
- Improve skin cells
- Function as conditioner to take care our hair
- Improve hair growth
- Prevent itching on our scalp
- Improve purify the air, thus enrich fresh oxygen
- Brighten the room
- Improve pain tolerance
Do you have succulents indoor or outdoor (in your garden?) What kinds of succulent do you have? A Cactus?

71 comments:

  1. I like succulents got one as a gift but these days I prefer not to have plants to care for.

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    1. I understand, needed a little attention to grow those small plants:)

      Thank you Christine

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      A kind of Aloe vera

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    1. They are good for room deco too

      Thanks Anies

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  3. Saya suka kaktus... Tapi yang mini kaktus. Yang untuk indoor, bentuknya lucu dan unik... Sayang sampai sekarang kalau nanam belum berhasil hidup lama. Pasti busuk akarnya.. Huhu... Jadi sementara sebagai penikmat saja... ­čśÇ

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    1. I am sorry, needed a little extra care

      Thank you Sapti

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  4. Great post, Evi. I love the succulents. I brought some from Chile last summer. They are so precious and benefactory. Verdaeros fractals. If you have the right eye you can see his art.

    Thank you very much for all the good info. Big hug. .

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    1. I will check on them, thanks for new info Carlos.

      Big hug.

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  5. Sorry, for verdaeros I really wanted to write true fractals...

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  6. ─░lgin├ž ce de─či┼čik ├Âzellikleri varm─▒┼č

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  7. I like succulents, but I only have aloe vera.
    Have a nice weekend, Evi!- Izabela

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    1. Aloe vera must be grow well with you :)

      Thank you!

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  8. I also love aloe vera for skincare.
    I have mostly cactus!

    www.fashionradi.com

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  9. For all that I love plants outside, I'm not a great fan of having them indoors - maybe because they need more care than I can give or maybe because they do increase the humidity of a room, there's the earth as well as the plant. But certainly lots of people think they improve air quality. Perhaps if I worked in an office I would really enjoy them there - a reminder of the natural world in an unnatural environment.

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    1. Indoor plants keep me busy :)Thank you Lucy

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  10. very helpful and interesting post:)

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  11. Thank you for those information!
    Big hug from the Netherlands! :)

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  12. I never realized all these benefits of succulents. We have 2 aloe plants but now I want to get more.

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    1. They will grow some more Miss Val.

      Thank you

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  13. Great post dear!
    Have a nice day :)
    xoxo

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  14. I always learn something interesting at your posts! I think I need an aloe vera plant!

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  15. I love these plants, inside and outside, especially Aloe Vera.

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      I use Aloe vera to treat my hair some times. It is because the succulent contains “proteolytic enzymes” to make smooth and shiny hair.

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  16. Aloe vera is good for everything

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  17. Very interesting informations. I like these plants.
    Have a nice weekend <3

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  18. I need to get some for my home fresh oxygen in the house that is awesome

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  19. So eine Pflanze wollte ich schon immer mal haben. LG Romy

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  20. Tener la oportunidad de ser universitario es casi es casi llegar a ser algo en esta vida

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  21. I had no idea that there were so many varieties! Have a lovely weekend.

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  22. Hi Evi, it's interesting to read about the information on succulents. I've always appreciated their hardiness and beauty.
    I keep a pot of aloe vera inside on the kitchen windowsill all year round and it does well just in bright light only.

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  23. We have a pretty big patch of aloe outside in the garden to treat burns. They are fabulous for sunburns.

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  24. Hola Evi, que buena información. Tengo suculentas en casa, dentro y fuera. Cactus. Aloe Vera que es muy buena para muchas enfermedades, yo la uso para varias cosas y enfermedades......Mis cactus están en flor en primavera... Saludos y abrazo amiga.

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  26. Saya dulu juga begitu, untuk merawat rambut. Kadang juga dibuat makanan semisal agar agar gitu.

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  27. Hola Evi! precisamente tengo una planta igual a la de tu ultima foto, vivo en el Sur de Italia, me la regalo una amiga, aqu├ş en Italia estas plantas son muy apreciadas, soportan frio, nieve y calor, ideales para estos climas, me gusta que te gusten estas plantas

    Bonito domingo!

    besos

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    1. Thanks Eli
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  28. I didn't know that succulents had so many great benefits. Thanks for sharing.

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  29. My mum is a hobby breeder of succulents and cacti. We therefore have 800 pots of plants at home.

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    1. Gosh!! There are so many many succulents at home.

      Thanks ;)

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  30. Quantos benef├şcios a suculenta nos propicia.
    Eu tenho algumas esp├ęcies em casa e cactos tamb├ęm
    Beijinhos perfumados de poesia

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  31. I have succulents outdoors in my garden in cactus in my house :) Therefore thanks a lot for this interesting post!
    xx from Bavaria/Germany, Rena
    www.dressedwithsoul.com

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  32. I love cacti. I have cacti in my house. Yours :)

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  33. We do have a cactus, but I really want to get Aloe Vera soon:)

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  34. I do have 2 cactus before and I put in front of my room. But 1 of them is missing :(
    Someone took my cacti huhu

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