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5 Favorite houseplants that filter the air. Perfect for the pop of green that will be in the living room.

26 House Plants That Detox The Air In Your Home Naturally http://holistichealthnaturally.com/26-house-plants-that-detox-the-air-in-your-home-naturally/ NASA researchers suggest efficient air cleaning is accomplished with at least one plant per 100 square feet of home or office space. Here's a building that creates its own air: http://www.intogreen.nl/en/topics/workplace/inspiration/buildings-which-create-their-own-air

Low light loving houseplants -- perfect for a small apartment with little natural light!

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10 légumes et plantes que vous pouvez manger une fois et faire repousser indéfiniment

10 légumes et plantes que vous pouvez manger une fois et faire repousser indéfiniment - Santé Nutrition

8 Indoor Air Purifying Herbs - The follow herbs can suck almost 90% of VOCs out of your room and leave you with pure, filtered air: Rosemary Lavender Basil Mint Jasmine Geranium Coffee plant Woodbine

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7 Uncommon Indoor Plants

Staghorn Fern - Indoor Plants - Country Living

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Container Garden Ideas for Any Household

Water Garden - no soil required!

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8 Aromatic Indoor Herbs that Purify Air Naturally

8 INDOOR PLANTS that make your HOUSE SMELL GOOD, and PURIFY THE AIR!

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The Essential Guide to Growing Beautiful Houseplants

Plants produce oxygen essentially cleaning the air we breathe of airborne microbes, mold spores, and bacteria (thanks plants!). Indoor plants can also absorb contaminants like benzene and formaldehyde! Add houseplants to the home office, bathroom, bedrooms and living spaces as truly green air filtration system! #spon #ebay

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5 Overlooked Plants That Can Survive The Dark (Almost)

5 Overlooked Plants That Can Survive The Dark (Almost) • Maidenhair Ferns are a great option because they have frilly fun leaves that vary from the usual thick leaves of indoor plants. Most Ferns do well inside with low light (and ferns look great in terrariums) so check out others like Silver Lace Fern with variegated leaves.