5 Plants to Improve Air Quality in Your Home

Indoor air pollutants are common and found in every home. We can rid our homes of chemical based cleaners and home deodorizers but those pesky gasses still invade through our furniture, paint and other household items. Plants to the rescue!

1. Aloe

Popular in many homes for Its healing abilities. Removes formaldehyde and benzene.

2. Spider Plant

 Spider Plant

Removes formaldehyde and xylene. Easy to grow.

3. Garden Mum

 garden mum

According to NASA research, this plant removes ammonia, benzene, formaldehyde and xylene. Inexpensive and can be planted outside after they've finished blooming. 

4. Boston Fern

boston fern

Loves moisture. These plants can help restore moisture to your air and are especially beneficial for those suffering with dry skin. Aloe removes formaldehyde and xylene.

5. Snake Plant/Mother-in-Law's Tongue

snake plant

Easy to maintain and grow. Removes benzene, formaldehyde, trichloroethylene, and xylene.




Richelle Paris
Richelle Paris

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Richelle is the operations manager at Bambu Earth. She also coordinates our spa parties. She lives in Mission Viejo, CA with her husband and five daughters. She enjoys people, coffee, cooking, thrifting and spending time with her family.



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