Use Houseplants for Clean Indoor Air

We spend a great deal of time in our homes and offices, which according to the EPA has up to 15 times more toxic pollutants than the outside air.

A list compiled by NASA of common houseplants which help clean the air in your home and remove toxic pollutants.

Hey, if it’s good enough for NASA, it’s certainly good enough for me!

  • Hedera helix¬†¬† English ivy
  • Chlorophytum comosum¬†¬† spider plant
  • Epipiremnum aureum ¬†¬†golden pothos
  • Spathiphyllum `Mauna Loa’ ¬†¬† peace lily
  • Aglaonema modestum ¬†¬†Chinese evergreen
  • Chamaedorea sefritzii ¬†¬†bamboo or reed palm
  • Sansevieria trifasciata ¬† ¬†snake plant
  • Philodendron scandens `oxycardium’¬†¬† heartleaf philodendron
  • Philodendron selloum ¬†¬†selloum philodendron
  • Philodendron domesticum ¬† ¬†elephant ear philodendron
  • Dracaena marginata ¬†¬†red-edged dracaena
  • Dracaena fragrans `Massangeana’ ¬†¬†cornstalk dracaena
  • Dracaena deremensis `Janet Craig’ ¬†¬†Janet Craig dracaena
  • Dracaena deremensis `Warneckii’ ¬†¬†Warneck dracaena
  • Ficus benjamina ¬†weeping fig

Resources

University of Minnesota

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