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Most people spend almost all of their time indoors. That is why having good quality air is a priority and necessity. In 1989, NASA started a study named NASA clean air study proved that indoor plants can reduce air pollutants, especially formaldehyde. This is good news and a push for you to use indoor plants as room décor and as small bedroom ideas to decorate the room instead of just focusing on curtain designs. Recent studies show that indoor plants purify the air but at a very slow rate. Still, it is better than a floor lamp, right? In that way, we are purifying the air and filling our home with natural beauty as room decor. Read on to find the best air purifying air plants. They aid in the removal of formaldehyde, benzene, trichloroethylene, and carbon monoxide.
Remember: Some plants and plant parts can be toxic. Keep them out of the reach of children and pets.
English Ivy also known as Hedera helix
It is mainly used as a groundcover or a houseplant. English ivy is a beautiful and elegant indoor plant choice that compliments curtain designs in the living room. It is known for removing toxic chemicals found in the household. It can grow in full shade to full sun, can be trained into shapes and with proper care, it is likely to survive for several years.
Bamboo Palm also known as Chamaedorea Seifrizii
This plant is so beautiful and many people want it in their homes without talking about any specific benefit. Since the bamboo palm, or reed palm, prefers part sun or shade, you can put it next to a floor lamp if your room is obscure. It is a useful and beautiful houseplant that removes harmful elements such as benzene and formaldehyde.
Chinese Evergreen also known as Aglaonema modestum
The Chinese evergreen is a plant that doesn’t require a lot of effort to be taken care of. It can be part of the small bedroom ideas. They thrive in low to medium light so you won’t have to worry if you need to close the curtains in the morning. It generally grows to 1 or 2 feet. However, it might be beneficial for you and your family by purifying the air it can also be an irritant for your pets SO take good care of this.
Gerbera Daisy also known as Gerbera jamesonii
This flower is gorgeous and colorful; it puts you in a very good mood. In addition to that, when you use indoor, it removes benzene and as cited enhances the mood and the beauty of the home. Always remember that it acts best when exposed to high temperatures such as 75 degrees or above.
The dragon tree is also known as Dracaena Marginata
The leaf of this plant has colors that go from green to purple. It can be placed in the outdoor or indoor space. It is also a great idea to be used as a gift for someone’s office as it can tolerate low light.
Mother in Law's Tongue also known as Sansevieria Trifasciata' Laurentii
This hard succulent is named Mother-in-law-tongue and is a great plant for the household especially if you are new at having plants as it can survive in very tough conditions such as high or low temperature, light or obscure rooms. However, it shouldn’t be watered a lot or not at all.
Peace Lily also known as Spathiphyllum 'Mauna Loa'
This plant fights against gases that are very toxic like formaldehyde and carbon monoxide. These flowers are not hard to be taken care of, They even tell you when they should be watered by dropping. They are mildly toxic to pets and humans. So you should take care and wash your hands every time you touch them.
Spider Plant is also known as Chlorophytum comosum 'Vittatum'
This easy to care for houseplant thrives in bright, indirect light and works hard to remove the air of harmful pollutants like formaldehyde and benzene. Spider plants dislike soggy soil, so let them dry out slightly between watering.
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