7 excellent plants that can purify the air in your home
There is a cheap, easy way to have fresh air in your house. Just imagine, but it’s houseplants. But there is a question: how do houseplants clean the air?
Plants take in carbon dioxide, which is then processed into oxygen through photosynthesis. Houseplants may make people smarter and reduce mental fatigue. There you can read about the best plants to improve the air quality of your home.
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It smells delicious with lemon. This tree can help to rid your home of a number of air pollutants. It prefers sun, but it can prove a bit difficult to maintain because of its need for constant moisture.
This plant produces a lot of oxygen and absorbs volatile substances which come from synthetic materials. It prefers some sun and drier conditions.
It is a pretty low-maintenance plant. Kalanchoe absorbs moisture from the environment and saves it in the leaves. It prefers sun and dry climate, but over-watering is the main killer of kalanchoes.
It’s a very popular houseplant. It has a high transpiration rate that will oxygenate your air, also it can remove toxic metals and makes the air less dry.
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This plant is considered to be sacred in Japan. It can help to rid your home of a number of air pollutants. False cypress doesn’t prefer sunlight and excessive moisture. So it is perfect for places where there’s no access to direct sunlight.
Sweet Bay (Laurus Nobilis)
It absorbs moisture and creates an excellent microclimate in your house. It’s leaves are often used as a flavorful herb in cooking.
Peace Lily (Spathiphyllum)
This plant act as a humidifier and can help to restore moisture in the air, also it absorbs mold spores (especially if you keep it at +18°C temperature). It prefers low-light conditions and has a high transpiration rate that will perfectly humidify the air.
Make sure that you are not allergic to one of these plants!
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