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5 Best Indoor Plants To Purify The Air In Your Home
Indoor plants may be one of the best home decorations ever. They are beautiful and easily affordable; can help to relax your eyes and improve air quality in your home. The only problem may be sometimes they are not so easy to take care of. So today I have chosen 10 best indoor plants, which are both easy care and great at purifying the air.
The scary name came from it’s thin, upright leaves with "irregular green banding" that look like—you guessed it—snakeskin.
Besides looking cool, it's a low-maintenance plant that's known for surviving droughts, making it perfect for newbies living in almost any environment.
It prefers bright light, but can survive lower light levels as well.
Snake plants have also been shown to filter out nasty chemicals, like benzene, formaldehyde, trichloroethylene, xylene, and toluene.
If you are a 'black thumb' (Just so you know, a 'black thumb' is the total opposite of a 'green thumb'), the Pothos is a great pick for you. This plant starts out small, but its trailing vines can grow to over 10 feet long even under lower light and dry air indoor conditions.
If you have a on the go; out at all hours life, then what you need is Dracaena. It can easily adapt to different light environments, though it's best to keep it away from direct sun.
Draacena Lisa is the hardest of these group. It can deal with indoor temperature and season changes better than others and when it comes to purifying the air, though, the Dracaena Marginata Plant is your best bet. It removes benzene, formaldehyde, trichloroethylene, and xylene.
If you live in a lower light environment, a ZZ Plant should be just the one for you. ZZ Plant are drought tolerant and incredibly low maintenance because the ZZ has large potato-like rhizomes under the surface of its surrounding potting mix which store water and help the plant survive drought in its natural environment—think once a month if your plant's in medium indirect light.
Plants that give off "instant jungle vibes," like the spider plant, are having a serious moment right now, according to Marino. And they're super easy to care for, says Vassilkioti. These plants need bright light, but no direct sun, so they're perfect to put in a room with big windows. Just keep it away from the windowsill.