The weeping fig was one of the top three most effective plants for improving mood, according to the study.
Mother-in-law's tongue—also known as a snake plant—is another low-maintenance option that can improve indoor air quality
As we know, plants that are green and leafy tend to be considered most widely attractive (and therefore best for improving one's mood).
The prayer plant is known for its beautiful foliage and can add vibrancy to indoor spaces.
Bird's nest ferns are lush and uniquely textured. "As far as why this plant is a mood booster, it's possible that it has to do with aesthetics,.
The study revealed that golden pothos plants, with their trailing vines and heart-shaped leaves, were among the top three mental health-boosting plants.
Adorned with slender, spikey, sword-like leaves, dragon trees are a sight to behold.
Finally, palms were found to be another top-three plant for boosting mood and mental health, according to the study.