10 Best Indoor Plants to Purify Air

Houseplants aren’t just for looks, they have a lot of benefits for you and your family! Houseplants actively purify the air in your home and add oxygen to your life. Growing plants indoors is also healthy in the wintertime, when rain and cold turn lush plants into skeletons. Looking at green plants indoors helps prolong life and add happiness. If you or anyone you know struggles with asthma, purifying the air in your home is easily done with certain houseplants. Here are some of the best.

Aloe Vera, Photo Courtesy of: Olga Berrios

Photo Courtesy of: Olga Berrios

10 Best Indoor Plants to Purify Air

1. English Ivy (Hedera helix).
2. Peace lily (Spathiphyllum).

3. Boston fern (Nephrolepis exaltata Bostoniensis).
4. Rubber plant (Ficus robusta).
5. Ficus alii (Ficus macleilandii alii).
6. Spider plant (Chlorophytum comosum).
7. Aloe vera/Aloe barbadensis
8. Gerbera daisy (Gerbera jamesonii)
9. Weeping Fig (Ficus benjamina).
10. Elephant Ear (Philodendron domesticum).

Indoor houseplants will work continuously to purify the air inside your home and supply your family with extra oxygen. Enjoy a more beautiful life inside your home and breathe easier!

AB circleBy Elizabeth Adan

Elizabeth Adan is a Freelance Writer, Publicist and Brand Ambassador. Her blog Aquaberry Bliss is a unique food and travel blog dedicated to expanding your world and inspiring your creativity. When Elizabeth isn’t traveling, you’ll find her writing, hiking or gardening. Find Elizabeth on Twitter @stillaporcupine and on LinkedIn.

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