Plants that improve indoor air quality are focus here.

Many plants filter pollutants and release oxygen to enhance indoor air quality. These plants can improve indoor air quality. Certain plants are particularly good at purifying indoor air:

Spider Plant (Chlorophytum comosum): Removes formaldehyde and xylene. Low-maintenance and suitable indoors. Creates oxygen and maintains humidity.

Sansevieria trifasciata: Effectively removes formaldehyde, benzene, and nitrogen oxides from indoor air.

Aloe barbadensis miller: Excellent at removing formaldehyde and benzene. Has additional benefits, including burn and skin irritation relief.

Boston Fern (Nephrolepis exaltata): Effectively removes formaldehyde and xylene. It humidifies interior air, benefiting arid settings.

Golden Pothos/Devil's Ivy: Removes indoor benzene, formaldehyde, and xylene. Simple to care for and adaptable to different light situations.

Lady Palm (Rhapis excelsa): Removes ammonia and formaldehyde from indoor air. Able to tolerate neglect and low light. It thrives in containers.

Consider each plant's care needs and match them to your home environment before adding these plants indoors. These plants will thrive and improve indoor air quality with correct hydration, care, and light conditions. Choose a range of plants for a more complete air cleansing.

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