The air inside your home may carry pollutants that cause disease and affect the body. The air pollution can exist not only outside but also inside your house. Contaminants in your home can come from wax candles, paint, exhaust fan or furniture. Apartment plants can clean and remove air pollutants from the house in a natural way. Here are they:
The dendrobium orchid can remove a compound called xylene that is harmful to the body. Xylene is found in adhesives used in furniture and paints, and you will benefit from the dendrobium orchid. They are fantastic for their flowers that bloom for about eight to ten weeks, and it can be a great combination with the decorations. They are excellent as cut flowers because of their sturdy stems.
Peace lilies can eliminate dangerous toxins such as methyl alcohol, ammonia, acetone, and also xylene from the air inside your house. Peace lilies are also a great indoor plant that flourishes in low light situations and at room temperature. Of course, they need sunlight but not the harsh ones. They can be placed near your windows.
Anthuriums are plants with an exotic appearance that have huge leaves; therefore, they are exceptional as plants and develop in low light conditions. They eliminate formaldehyde, ammonia, xylene, and toluene.
They are best suited to decorate your space inside your home. The flowers are heart-shaped when they bloom, and they have red, yellow, purple, pink, green or white bracts.
Schefflera plants are responsible for eliminating dangerous toxins such as benzene, formaldehyde and toluene. The Schefflera plant belongs to the genus Schefflera and the Araliaceae family. The leaves are long, oval and shiny, and they can grow to a height of 3 feet. They can be useful for eliminating air pollutions at home, but they can be mildly toxic to your pets.
Ferns are plants that remove harmful substances such as toluene and xylene, contained in many paints, drops of glue and adhesives. They have soft leaves and large branches, and they grow indoors, and they are beautiful. Nephrolepis exalta is known for the wild fern or sword fern. Sufficient for the removal of pollutants in the air. The Boston fern arches over it and grows to about 6 feet. In alternating periods with sunny and shady degrees Fahrenheit, the Boston fern grows beautifully. When the humidity drops, the leaf tips make the ferns thrive in the soil and air.…