Did you know that you can help increase the air quality inside your house?
Choosing the best houseplants for clean air can be fun, creates a better living environment, and improves your health and well-being at home!
Clean the air in your house with a few new houseplants.
Through photosynthesis, plants help us by taking carbon dioxide from the air and releasing it back into the air as oxygen. Not only do plants produce oxygen, but they also can remove toxins from the air.
The amount of toxins your new houseplants remove depends on how many plants you have indoors and what types. Another factor is the quality of the air that’s already in your home.
Cleaning your air indoors will also help reduce environmental toxins like EMF radiation, according to the EMF Academy.
Even though there are benefits to improving air quality, houseplants are beautiful to look at, (mostly) easy to take care of, and can last a long time.
Choosing the right plant for your space might take a few weeks if you really want to make a change. If you’re just looking for a nice houseplant to add to your zero collection of plants, then a visit to your local greenhouse should be good enough.
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English Ivy is a good option and is beautiful to look at. It’s extremely versatile, and you can grow it on a stand or downward to hang.
But beware, it can be invasive if grown outdoors.
The Dragon Tree is also a nice plant, with beautiful leaves that range from green to purple! It can fit nicely in a corner to take up any empty space.
Another plant you might want to consider is the Rubber Tree.
It’s hearty, has dependable growth, and is beautiful to look at. It can grow to a good height, so being mindful of repotting when necessary is a must.
From 2019 to 2021, more people became “plant people” than ever before because of their time indoors.
Not only can plants help produce clean air in your home, and make you feel better, but it creates a peaceful, homey environment.
Don’t rush out and buy the first plant you see. Take your time, and find the best houseplants to create a lovely clean air environment in your home.