Purifying your air

Which Plants?

 
e.g.  Dragon Tree  Dracaena   Marginata

e.g. Dragon Tree Dracaena Marginata

PLANT FILLED ROOMS CONTAIN 50-60% FEWER AIRBORNE MOULDS AND BACTERIA THAN ROOMS WITHOUT PLANTS

Plants add oxygen and purify pollutants from the air through the natural process of living and growing.

They can help

Clean the air you breathe (removing carbon dioxide and some harmful toxins, e.g. emissions from synthetics in furnishing materials & electronic devices)improve your concentration, tiredness, headaches reduce noise (they are sound absorbing)make environments look more welcoming (and expensive)

Try

Prayer plant  Maranta leuconeura

Prayer plant Maranta leuconeura

Kalanchoe

Kalanchoe

Chrysanthemum

Chrysanthemum

Gerbera  Gerbera jamesonii

Gerbera Gerbera jamesonii

Pea ce lily  Spathiphyllum 'Lynise'

Peace lily Spathiphyllum 'Lynise'

Cactus  Schlumbergera

Cactus Schlumbergera

Cactus or Aloe require little water.

Calathea peacock plant or Dracaena dragon tree are air freshening.

Peace Lilies, Spathiphyllum ‘Lynise’  are good in cool dark rooms.

Gerberas or Chrysanthemums absorb more harmful toxins than many other plants.

Other plants to try

English Ivy Hedera helix

Spider plant Chlorophytum comosum

Rubber plant Ficus elastica

Areca Palm Chrysalidocarpus lutescens

Weeping fig Ficus benjamina

Heart leaf philodendron Philodendron oxycardium

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