Houseplants are awesome indoor air cleaners, but some of them are more effective than others at filtering out pollutants and toxic chemicals in the air. This infographic highlights the best air-filtering plants, according to a NASA study. - Gardening Prof
Pollution is not only an outdoor problem, the insides of your house can also be polluted with harmful chemicals. Thankfully, it is easier than ever to introduce flora into one’s home. Plants grown indoors have a variety of benefits. They purify the air and create a more relaxing, restful ambiance. Reap the benefits
During the late 1980’s, NASA began studying houseplants as a means of providing purer and cleaner air for space stations. What they learned is that there are many different houseplants that can help to purify the air.
In household air pollution made up of all global mortalities. Given that we spend of our lives indoors, it's important that the air we breathe indoors is clean, which can be a challenge since indoor air is 2 - 5 times more polluted than outdoor
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Improve the indoor air quality in your home with the top 10 NASA approved plants from DIY & Crafts. Houseplants like aloe vera, English ivy and eucalyptus filter out harmful compounds in the air and will help you breathe easier.