Go GREEN With Greenery

There’s no way to keep your home entirely pollutant-free, but plants can help reduce your exposure. Adding air-filtering plants to your home is a wonderful way to help the air you breathe.

After testing methods to purity the air inside space, scientist conducted a NASA Clean Air Study. It showed that microorganism on the leaves and roots of certain common houseplants help remove chemicals like formaldehyde and ammonia from the air.

Here are a few of my favorites:

Boston Ferns

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Pot Mums

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Lady Palms

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For a complete listing of the Air-Filtering Plants click here.