It is known that a rate too high relative humidity in the interior of the house is not exactly what we need to live in a healthy environment. Not only is it worrying for the health to make it difficult to breath but which promotes the growth of mold and mildew on the walls and a lot of disadvantages that can affect our health. But there is a natural resource that will help you to get rid of this drawback: the plants that absorb the excess moisture.
1.- The Spathiphyllum or peace lily, also known in some areas as peace lily is a indoor plant that is quite easy to care for. It is a plant that needs a lot of humidity to grow properly. In fact it is also used to grow in ponds because it tolerates well grow in the water. The peace lily absorbs the moisture from the environment to carry out their physiological processes.
2.- Chamaedorea elegans or palm lounge is a palm dwarf that grows in wet areas and sun-drenched. Although there is that highlight that need more than a moist environment that of the light itself. Reaches a height of about 2 metres and it is the palm most widely cultivated in the interior.
3.- Hedera helix or ivy is a good known of the gardeners. In the interior it is usually used in pots or hanging baskets so as not to damage the walls, or source of humidity and appearance of mould. In addition to an location high will facilitate the absorption of moisture from the air.
4.- The ferns are plants that absorb moisture from the air in addition to be also excellent purifiers of the same. With a fern in every room is enough to keep under control the excess of humidity.
5.- The Tillandsia is a plant epiphyte that does not use their roots to feed, but will simply serve as support mechanic. Like all plants of this type takes the nutrients and moisture in the air. It is a plant great for any room excessively wet.