Best air-filtering houseplants, according to NASA
About Best air-filtering houseplants, according to NASA
Indoor plant adds a relaxing, natural element to your Living room. Research has shown that occupants find solace in well-maintained interior Potted Plants. In looking for new ways to maintain a pure and healthy air level at home, research by NASA and Associated Landscape Contractors of America (ALCA) have come to enlighten us with a few key plants that will not only survive indoors but give us a daily boost of endless breathable air.
A bit of green makes life better. Our Plants for living room collection includes a special selection of toxin-busting house plants — like Spider plant, Snake plant, a Peace Lily plant that removes formaldehyde from the air, or Rob, a low-maintenance rubber plant with air-purifying powers.
The above mentioned air purifier plants are most beautiful and evergreen plants which are widely regarded to be easy to care for, even for those that don’t have a green thumb. They require very little light or water to remain healthy, which is one of the main reasons why they’re one of the most popular plants to keep in your home.