Anonymous
Anonymous asked in Home & GardenOther - Home & Garden · 2 months ago

Do houseplants actually reduce humidity and cool down a room or house?

Did it work for you?

I live in an extremely hot 3rd story room during the summers.

I read that some plants like a peacelily might help.

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  • Rick B
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    2 months ago
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    Of course not. If anything they increase humidity as you water them and some of that water evaporates. The only way they cool a room is if they are blocking light from a window and creating shade. If I lived in a hot room on the 3rd floor, I think I would turn up the AC and buy a fan.

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