These Plants Can Clean The Air In Your House


Can you do anything to reduce air pollution in your home? Yes, you can do something. You can use some plants to help you clean the air. There are plants which can not only beautify your home but also make the air clean.

Below is an excerpt of an article that talks about the plants which help filter the air in your home:

The Best Air Filtering House Plants


  1. English Ivy (Hedera Helix)

The English Ivy is ideal for pots because its invasive nature allows it to spread easily. Research found it to be particularly useful in eliminating airborne fecal-matter particles.

  1. Golden Pothos (Epipremnum Aureum)

NASA considered this plant one of the most effective choices for eliminating formaldehyde. People that have struggled to keep plants alive can rejoice – this one is incredibly hard to kill.

  1. Boston Fern (Nephrolepis Exalta Bostoniensis)

This lush plant functions really well as a natural air humidifier. While it’s busy adding humidity to the environment it also does a great job eliminating formaldehyde.

  1. Dracaena (Dracaena Deremensis)

The long striped leaves of this plant can easily thrive indoors with only small amounts of sunlight and moderate watering. It’s an excellent way to eliminate trichloroethylene that comes from solvents and varnishes.


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