House plants that don’t belong in the bedroom

These royal blossoms are capable of decorating any inside. But if you grow lilies at the home, set the pot with the plant just as far away in the bedroom as possible. Their characteristic property is that they actively absorb oxygen at night.

Consequently, if you don’t want to wake up in the morning in a broken state, don’t set the flower in the area to rest.


Another unfavorable plant for the bedroom, especially if you hear the recommendations of feng shui philosophy. The prickles of cacti transmit damaging Sha energy, so that they could bring quarrels and strife into the house.

But if you like cacti and want to use them in the bedroom as a protection of the home from damaging energy (sharp corners of buildings, factory pipes), move them nearer to the window and close the curtains at night.

There is a cactus that’s forbidden to spend the bedroom: it is an vertical trichocereus with long prickles.


A spectacular plant with large, variegated leaves indigenous to South America. Suited to connoisseurs of tropical themes, unpretentious, grows fast.

The flower looks great in almost any inside, but isn’t suggested for the bedroom: a little drop of sap out of the back can lead to irritation, carping and swelling if it gets in the eyes or onto sensitive skin areas.

It is particularly important to be on the lookout for allergies, little children and pets. Chewing the foliage can cause serious poisoning, up to and including anaphylactic shock. The same dangerous properties are possessed by the thistle.


Requires special attention, but in appreciation develops rapidly, turning right into a voluminous and elaborate bush.

Sad to say, the pronounced odor makes people dizzy, so it is dangerous to set it in the bedroom.

All parts of the plant are poisonous, including the roots, so you need to wear gloves when transplanting.


This green attractiveness is distinguished by its large, patterned leaves. At first glance they are smooth, but in fact the surface of the leaf is studded with little needles which can lead to allergies.

If you chew over the plant, you are guaranteed poisoning, which is characterized by burning at the mouth and inflammation of the digestive system.

The flower is believed to make a negative setting, and the sprawling leaves, similar to attaining hands, can be frightening at night. Whether or not believe the omens is all up to you, but when there is a child or a pet at the flat, it is recommended to refrain from growing this liana.