While an air purifier can do some of the work of making the air around you at home or work a little fresher and purer, plants can do a much better job of filtering the air than a machine, plus they do it more quietly and without using up energy from your power plant. And they are pleasant to look at and provide us with a sense of nature close to us each day. Why not give them a try to see if you can sense the benefits?
Also dubbed florist’s daisy and hardy garden mum, Chrysanthemum Morifolium is blessed with a cute appearance and a supernatural power to decrease the concentration of toxins all around. It is one of the most popular plants to provide long-lasting natural beauty both indoors and outdoors.
Chrysanthemum Morifolium is a perfect gift plant for anyone who hasn’t taken care of a plant before. Available in a bevy of stunning hues and forms, this potted specimen plant can suit just about every interior design or patio layout.
This herbaceous plant can filter trichloroethylene, formaldehyde, xylene, and ammonia from the inner air. You can find chrysanthemum morifolium in garden beds, as just-cut flowers, and as a pot plant, so you can safely choose this darling for global flower delivery to send a dose of fresh air to your loved ones.
Commonly known as the Barberton Daisy, Gerbera Jamesonii is a flowering plant belonging to the genus Gerbera. Happily growing from seed, Barberton Daisy is a popular staple in both containers and garden beds. It is not unusual to see Gerbera Jamesonii stems in fresh floral arrangements wherein they bring a dramatic splash of color and cheer. Along with looking adorable, Gerbera lowers the concentration of harmful toxins and carbon dioxide in the surrounding area.
Alternatively called Flamingo Lily or Lace Leaf, Anthurium Andraeanum is one of the most beautiful and desirable houseplants. Large, flat, glossy leaves complement luscious, bright flower heads. Too good to be honest, Andraeanum is easy to be mistaken for plastic.
The striking blooms are often cut and used in floral arrangements. These cuties come in different colors depending on the Anthurium variety or hybrid, so you will easily find the one to fit your taste. The classy appearance is not the only merit of Flamingo Lily, and it can also combat hazardous substances floating in the air while making a vivid addition to any interior.
Other names of Spathiphyllum include Peace Lily and Closet Plant, and it is a popular houseplant in offices and homes. These charming botanicals not only elevate the ambiance but are also excellent at purifying the indoor air. Most commonly, these natural sweeties have solid green leaves and impressive whiteheads. Trust this potted flower to remove trichloroethylene, formaldehyde, and ammonia, and by doing so will bring a splash of green and white to the room.
Commonly nicknamed Snake Plant or Mother-In-Law’s Tongue, Dracaena trifasciata is an excellent indoor plant that is highly low-maintenance (it will not droop even if you forget to water it for weeks in a dark space).
This happy striped potted plant will both add a natural scent and make the air healthier. If you place a pot with Snake Plant by your bed, expect to sleep tight ever after. This magical flower releases generous quantities of oxygen in the air, helping you breathe well while sleeping. It effectively filters such toxins as formaldehyde, xylene, and trichloroethylene.
The gem of a plant, Aglaonema or Chinese Evergreen, is a typical floral resident in many homes and apartments. Believed to bestow the owner with luck, this plant is also low-maintenance and makes an excellent choice for novice gardeners. It is a good air cleanser of formaldehyde and benzene.
This household botanical is famed for its killing effect on airborne molds and formaldehyde. It is one of the strongest air-purifying perennials to filter the toxins from your spaces. You can grow ivy in a small pot, but it will look its best when planted in hanging planters or unique floral baskets.
These lovely woody trees may be pretty inconsistent in care and not tolerate sudden changes in watering, placement, or nourishment. But once it adapts to the environment, Ficus will seamlessly sanitize the air around it. This fig tree is effective at ridding the air of formaldehyde, xylene, and toluene. The plant needs bright indirect natural light and consistent watering to keep going on.