8 air purifying plants

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8 Air Purifier Plants

1.     English Evy:  This vining plant is best known for its evergreen foliage that is often used as a ground covering or as it climbs up brick walls or fences.

·         Sunlight: Partial sun to partial shade

·         Water: 1/4

·         Air Purification: 4/5

·         Dangerous for Pets/Kids: Yes

 

2.    Rubber Plant: The rubber plant is one of the most common types of house plants, and it requires moderate attention. When watering this plant, water it with lukewarm (not cold, as this can shock the plant).

·         Sunlight: Partial sun to partial shade

·         Water: 3/4

·         Air Purification: 4/5

·         Dangerous for Pets/Kids: Yes

 

3.    Peace Lily: Peace lillies, also known as closet plants, are a popular type of house plant because they are relatively easy to care for and their pure white blossoms are pretty to look at.

·         Sunlight: Full shade

·         Water: 2/4

·         Air Purification: 5/5

·         Dangerous for Pets/Kids: Yes

 

4.    Aloe Plant: Aloe plants are native to tropical regions, but can be one of the best house plants for indoors as well. The soothing aloe vera gel found inside the plant can heal burns, and when the “babies” sprout off the main plant, you can break them, repot, and give to a friend.

·         Sunlight: Full sun

·         Water: 1/4

·         Air Purification: 2/5

·         Dangerous for Pets/Kids: No

 

5.    Spider plant: The easy-to-grow spider plant produces curved green and light yellow leaves and looks especially pretty in a hanging basket. This plant requires moderate watering, so be sure to not let the soil get dry. 

·         Sunlight: Partial sun

·         Water: 3/4

·         Air Purification: 2/5

·         Dangerous for Pets/Kids: No

 

6.    Bamboo Palm: Potted bamboo palm house plants bring color and warmth to any room in the home. They also made NASA’s list of top clean-air plants with a purifying score of 8.4.

§  Sunlight: Partial shade to full shade

§  Water: 4/4

§  Air Purification: 2/5

§  Dangerous for Pets/Kids: No

 

7.    Snake Plant: A snake plant has upright leaves with light, wavy, crossing lines that give it its name. It will survive in a variety of sunlight conditions, but will continue to grow in moderate or indirect sunlight. 

§  Sunlight: Partial sun, partial shade, or full shade

§  Water: 2/4

§  Air Purification: 4/5

§  Dangerous for Pets/Kids: Yes

 

8.    Fiddle leaf Fig: The fiddle leaf fig is one of the most “it” house plants of the moment. Besides being aesthetically pleasing, the fiddle leaf fig isn’t difficult to care for. 

§  Sunlight: Full sun to partial sun

§  Water: 2/4

§  Air Purification: 2/5

§  Dangerous for Pets/Kids: Yes

 

 

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