No matter how often you air, clean and renovate your home, the chemical compounds found in cleaning products, paints, textiles, etc. are invisible, but can often affect a person's body as allergens. Thanks to some plants you can eliminate a lot of them and keep the air in your home fresher and cleaner. Here are some of them.
from NASA discovered that this beautiful plant can absorb harmful benzene, formaldehyde, trichloroethylene, xylene, ammonia, etc. from the air. To increase these abilities of the spathiphyllum, you need to take good care of its leaves by regularly dusting them. The plant likes moist soil, lots of light and once a month in spring and summer it is good to feed it with liquid fertilizer.If you keep the flower in a room where there is not enough light, it will suppress the growth of its white flowers.
Dragon tree or as it is more commonly known dracaena
This large group of indoor plants offers choices in all shapes, sizes and colors. Whichever dracaena you choose, it will not only bring a lot of beauty to your home, but also purify the air. One of the most common species is the dracaena marginata – it likes moderately moist soil and thrives in less light. In general, for the cultivation of dracaena, you should know that they like moist soil, but not overwatering, they can thrive in dry air, and spring and summer once a month they need to feed the soil with liquid fertilizer. They purify the air from formaldehyde, xylene, toluene, benzene, trichloroethylene.
Epipremnum Golden Pothos
air purifying plants. With not very large tender green leaves with a yellow tint, the plant likes a lot of light, but not direct sunlight.Water it when the soil feels dry to the touch. The plant grows profusely and is a creeping type of flower. Eliminates formaldehyde, xylene, toluene, benzene, carbon monoxide.
Chrysanthemum is one of the best air filtering plants. The beauty of its colors can last for more than a month with proper care. Likes bright, indirect sunlight and moist soil. Purifies the air from formaldehyde, xylene, benzene, ammonia.
This is an elegant plant that can reach a height of between three and six meters. During the winter months, when the air in the room is dry, this does not prevent the palm from growing normally. It likes bright, but not direct sunlight, moist soil and cleaning the leaves from dust. Removes formaldehyde, benzene, carbon monoxide, xylene, chloroform from the air.
Evergreen creeping plant that adapts well to indoor conditions. It's easy to grow, and the pots it grows in can be placed high up for it to descend, or you can plant it in a box to place on the floor to climb up. English ivy successfully removes allergens such as mold. It thrives in both strong sunlight and moderate. In the warm months, it likes generous watering, but not overwatering.
A plant with graceful, curved leaves that not only purify the air, but also humidify it. Grows in bright filtered light as well as shade. During the warm months it likes to be watered well, while in the winter the water should be scarcer. Eliminates benzene, carbon monoxide, formaldehyde, trichloroethylene, xylene.
Ficus leaves are usually broad, deep green and shiny. However, some species have purple-tinged leaves.A number of tests have shown that the plant is particularly effective at removing formaldehyde from the air. It grows in brightly lit rooms, as well as in those with little light. Likes moderately moist soil. Clean its leaves regularly by wiping them with a damp cloth. Eliminates carbon monoxide, formaldehyde, trichlorethylene.