Indoor air quality is important since we spend so much time inside. Some indoor plants can lower pollutants like formaldehyde, according to a NASA Clean Air Study from 1989. A 2019 study found that to significantly improve indoor air quality, you need a big number of indoor plants working together.

But, because indoor plants are a popular trend that appears to be here to stay, we might just as well pick one that helps improve our air quality. Here is a list of the best indoor plants that will brighten your home and clean the air.

 

English Ivy

English ivy is a popular groundcover or indoor plant that is great for eliminating toxic pollutants from home. It can thrive in full shade to full light, be shaped into forms, and live for several years with adequate care.

 

Dwarf Date Palm

A dwarf or pygmy palm is one of the smallest members of the genus. Formaldehyde and xylene are removed from the air by these attractive plants. With their leaves reaching six feet in length, these plants are easily grown in partial shade.

 

Peace Lily

A peace lily is a low-maintenance houseplant. In addition to benzene, formaldehyde, and xylene, they also remove trichloroethylene, carbon monoxide, and other pollutants from the air. Even in the darkest corners of a space, their lustrous green leaves are a lovely accent. During the spring, fertilize with a slow-release nutrient to encourage growth and the appearance of the beautiful white blossoms.

 

Gerbera Daisy

As a houseplant, Gerbera Daisy removes benzene from the air as well as beautifies the environment. But please remember that the gerbera daisy thrives in warm temperatures, around 75 degrees or greater.

 

Snake Plant

You’ll get a good night’s sleep if you have this plant in your bedroom. This yellow-tipped succulent releases oxygen at night, making it easier for you to breathe as you sleep. Xylene, benzene, trichloroethylene, and formaldehyde may all be filtered out of the air by this plant, which is one of the best for this purpose.

 

Chrysanthemums

If you’re looking for an excellent way to clean the air in your home while also adding some color, consider putting a vase of chrysanthemums in your living space. Air purifiers like these might be demanding, but the reward is a stunning display of vibrant flowers.

Chrysanthemums can eliminate benzene, ammonia, formaldehyde, and xylene from the air. They thrive in a well-ventilated environment, with bright indirect sunshine and only warm water for watering.

 

Dragon Tree

This plant has a wide range of leaf colors, from greenish to purple, making it suitable for both indoor and outdoor use. Low-light tolerant, it could potentially be used in the workplace. They remove xylene, trichloroethylene, and formaldehyde from the air.

 

Boston Fern

The sword-shaped fronds of this easy-to-grow fern make it ideal for use in a dangling pot or on a pedestal. Formaldehyde and xylene are removed from the air by this plant. The Boston Fern needs a constant moisture supply to thrive in humid settings.

The best place to keep them happy is near a window, on a balcony or patio with indirect sunshine, with a misting system and wet soil. During the colder months, trim the leaves back by about 2 inches to encourage regrowth and new growth during the spring and summer.

 

Conclusion

Indoor plants are a wonderful way to incorporate a little bit of nature into your hectic schedules. Taking care of indoor plants is a great way to relax and appreciate nature in a whole new way. Any of these plants listed above will change your life for the better in every way possible.

It’s time to grab the finest weeder and begin to transform your home into a lush and pristine adobe!