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Top 5 plants for a pollution-free, stress-free & refreshing home!

Top 5 plants for a pollution-free, stress-free & refreshing home!

Our nature has a way of maintaining itself clean. For example, many robust air-cleaning plants naturally remove pollutants from the air.

 

Indoor Plants bring freshness and beauty to any home; they add to the character of the living spaces. Having indoor plants is a delight for those who do not have the space for a garden and city dwellers bound to the small spaces of an apartment.

 

We curated a list of ten fabulous house plants that work as living air purifiers & here is the list.

 

5. Aglaonema modestum (Chinese Evergreen)

Aglaonema Green Plant

 

 

About: An excellent air-purifier plant is a Chinese evergreen herbaceous perennial plant. A very common houseplant with green, shiny leaves that have markings on them,

 

Good at: It can filter airborne toxins such as formaldehyde and benzene.

 

Where to keep it: It grows even better with minimum light and less water.

 

 

 

4. Nephrolepsis exaltata bostoniensis(Boston fern)

Boston Fern

About: An exotic plant with beautifully frilly leave and arching fronds, the Boston fern also behaves like a natural humidifier.

 

Good at: By discharging moisture into the air, they remove nasty air pollutants such as xylene, benzene, and formaldehyde providing clean air inside the home.

 

 

Where to keep: Boston ferns grow more promising in filtered sunlight and humid conditions.

 

 

3. Chrysalidocarpus lutescens (Areca Palm):

 

About: This very discreet plant with feathery fronds is best known as a humidifier. Though the plant grows gradually and needs year-round care

 

Good: The areca palm helps remove deadly toxins like formaldehyde and xylene.

 

Where to keep: it can be held anywhere in the house, especially next to newly varnished furniture or in carpeted areas.

 

2. Golden Pothos (Epipremnum aureum)

 

Golden Pothos

About: Also known as a silver vine or Devil’s ivy, the golden pothos can be a highly intrusive plant.

 

Good at: Yet it is also highly efficient in clearing indoor pollutants such as formaldehyde, benzene, and xylene. That said, care should be handled as the plant is toxic to small animals such as dogs, cats, and even children.

 

Where to keep: This hardy plant effortlessly overtakes its surrounding area with progressive stems and evergreen leaves.

 

1. Snake Plant (Sansevieria trifasciata)

 

Snake Plant

About: Widely employed as a decorative plant.

 

Good at: Scientists at NASA have found out that this plant has the unique ability to absorb formaldehyde, nitrogen oxides, and a variety of other chemicals present in the air.

 

Where to keep: The snake plant is an evergreen perennial species tolerant of irregular watering and less lightning.

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