Houseplants to Purify the Air

Indoor plants are essential if you want healthy energy in your home. Whether you choose to have just one plant or be a full-time plant parent, you'll love the newfound sense of well-being in your home.

Houseplants are the easiest way to add ambience or a personalized touch to any space of a home. Plus, they’re beautiful and can create happy energy. It is statistically proven that houseplants can increase morale in workspaces and homes. In fact, they’re the perfect indoor air cleaner!

There’s a wide variety of indoor plants that can help filter harmful toxins and pollutants in the air. Here are five of our favorite houseplants to purify the air:

Gerbera Daisy 

This beautiful daisy is among the best plants for the removal of toxins, such as formaldehyde and benzene. They need bright light to full sun in order to bloom.

Snake Plant 

Referred to as the mother-in-law’s tongue, the snake plant is low-maintenance and can absorb harmful toxins and convert carbon dioxide into oxygen at night. This plant is also great for beginners, as it can tolerate any light or watering condition.

Lady Palm

Palm plants purify air from formaldehyde, ammonia, xylene, and carbon dioxide. They do great as houseplants because they don’t need direct sunlight, which is perfect for windowless spaces!

Spider Plant

The spider plant is a must-have, as it cleans several air toxins and decreases carbon monoxide and nitrogen levels. This plant prefers bright light, but can also grow under indirect sunlight.

Rubber Tree 

Recognized by the glossy leaves, the rubber tree can clear toxins, mold spores, and bacteria from the air. Best of all, they don’t need direct sunlight.

Now that you know the benefits of indoor plants, you can incorporate them in your home! If you’re currently in the hunt for a new house to spruce up, be sure to visit our list of available homes.

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