go green: top 6 indoor plants for your home - carbon air purifier
Looking for functional decoration for your home?
Why not try setting up indoor plants in different areas of your house?
Indoor air quality has become the worst, who knows what toxins are lurking in every corner of your house?
Because most of us spend 80% of our time indoors, we often get access to these harmful contaminants.
While adding decorative effects to the home, the best way to purify the air is to introduce some indoor plants into the house.
Here are a few you can try. 1.
Aloe vera is one of the best-
Well-known plants in India.
The gel of this plant contains medicinal properties for the treatment of various skin conditions. It is a highly-
An effective air purifier that cleans the air of chemicals and toxins released by household cleaning products.
When the indoor air quality is poor, aloe vera plants can also be used to check the level of toxins in your home as it starts to show brown spots. 2.
Areca palm is a plant that tends to grow to 30 feet when planted outdoors, but grows indoors to a maximum height of 6 feet.
Be sure to plant it in a small pot so the roots don't spread too much.
This useful plant is effective in filtering two major contaminants
PX and toluenefrom the air.
As a humidifier, it also plays an important role in keeping your house cool. 3.
The British company IvyNASA claims that this small plant may be the most effective air purifier you can invest in as it effectively removes formaldehyde from the air.
It is also very easy to grow and can be installed from hanging pots or floors.
Just make sure that the British ivy can be hit by pests without sunlight, and receive a lot of sunshine.
In addition, avoid watering frequently;
Water only when the soil looks rather dry. 4.
Growing plants does not require much sunlight to grow and can grow to a height of 12 feet.
So be sure to give the factory enough space!
Of course, you have to trim it from time to make sure it doesn't grow everywhere.
This plant helps to remove toxins such as PX, vinyl chloride and formaldehyde and keep the air at home clean. 5.
This plant has a very strange nickname. mother-in-law’s tongue.
Its tenacious and upright look will add a unique spin effect to your home environment, and what else?
Super easy to maintain.
It doesn't need much water and can be done with indirect sunlight.
Snake factory on NASA's list of top air purification plants can do wonders for the air quality in your home.
If you put this plant in front of the window, be sure to rotate half a circle every week. 6.
This is probably one of the most common indoor plants and one of the easiest to maintain.
Spiders survive even if they don't water often (
Not recommended though)
Moderate light is needed.
The only thing you have to remember is to fertilize this plant twice a month in spring and summer, because that's when it tends to use maximum nutrition.
The factory removes benzene, formaldehyde, PX and carbon monoxide from the air and is an ideal air purifier for families built near busy roads.
When buying indoor plants, it's best to find a variety of species to decorate your home.
This will make your house look unique and clear the air from a variety of different contaminants.
By growing potted plants in different places, you can remove toxins from the air and stay healthy in your own home.
This is the most natural way to purify the air!
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