If you are anything like me, it seems like quite a responsibility to keep something alive! Well, here are some indoor plants that do good, and are notoriously easy to keep alive. 1. Aloe. Aloe is an easy to care for plant that has distinctive elongated leaves that fan out from a
The peace lily, a.k.a. spathiphyllum is an ideal plant to have in your home if you love flowers but don’t want to buy bouquets that die after a few days. Spathiphyllum thrives in the shade in temperatures below 55 degrees and removes harmful toxins like acetone, ammonia, benzene, ethyl acetate, formaldehyde, methyl alcohol, trichloroethylene and xylene.
Anthuriums make lovely gifts because of their exotic-looking blooms, but they ain’t just a pretty face! Their large, dark leaves suck up ammonia, formaldehyde, toluene and xylene, so they’re a thoughtful present for a workplace (especially around copiers, printers or adhesives).
Pothos is characterized by its golden heart-shaped leaves and is extremely popular in North America. It’s a hardy plant that can survive in lower light and colder temps and is great for offices and homes since it rids the air of carbon monoxide and formaldehyde.
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Dendrobium orchids are great for filtering a nasty VOC called xylene out of the air. They also release oxygen at night, making them great plants for bedrooms
The palm family of plants, also known as Arecaceae or Palmae, is extremely popular and it’s easy to see why. Read more: 7 Indoor Plants That Purify the Air Around You Naturally | Inhabitat - Green Design Will Save the World