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AIR PURIFYING PLANTS

PEACE LILY

When it comes to cleaning the air, this plant is a multi-tasker. According to the NASA study, peace lilies work to remove benzene, formaldehyde, trichloroethylene, xylene and ammonia from the environment. They are pretty hard to kill, their distinct wilting a not-so-subtle hint when they need water.

RUBBER PLANT

Contaminants are absorbed through the leaves, work their way through the plant, and are deposited back into the soil where they can be converted into oxygen.  

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SNAKE PLANT

Another popular houseplant, the snake plant (also known as mother-in-law’s tongue) has a multitude of air-cleaning tricks up its sleeve.

It removes formaldehyde, xylene and nitrogen oxides from the air, and at night continues its hard work. 

They are very hardy, little watering is required and they tolerate lower light levels. The dream for your bedroom!

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