8 Bedroom Plants That Will Improve Your Sleep Naturally


Aglaonema tolerates very low light levels, making it ideal if you don't have large windows in your bedroom. Water it when the top few inches of soil feel dry.

Snake Plant

The snake plant doesn't mind low light and, because it's a succulent, it only needs to be watered every week or two.

Money Tree

The money tree is believed to bring good luck and has a modern vibe. It's not fussy and grows quickly with medium light and weekly or bi-weekly watering.


Pothos can tolerate any light level from low to high, making it super easy to keep alive. Only water it when the top few inches of soil feel dry to avoid overwatering.


Lavender is known for promoting relaxation and sleep. It needs bright light, so ensure it's on a sunny windowsill or use a grow light, and water when the top inch or two feel dry.

Heartleaf Philodendron

Heartleaf Philodendron is a great choice for new plant parents, with its glossy, heart-shaped leaves. It tolerates low light levels and should be watered when the top few inches of soil feel dry.

Bird's Nest Fern

Bird's Nest Fern is one of the best ferns to raise indoors due to its thick, waxy leaves that retain water better than many other ferns. It requires bright indirect light and watering when the top inch of soil feels dry.

Ric Rac Cactus

Ric Rac Cactus is a fun plant with a unique, wavy appearance. It grows quickly in bright indirect light and needs watering only every week to 10 days.