Due to population explosion we have been cutting down forests to make more land for ourselves. Destroying forests have its negative impact on the environment and we are all becoming victims of the crime we are committing towards nature. However if you have an indoor garden, the plants can save you from the pollutants. All you need are the right indoor plants for that matter.
This is one of the most popular indoor plants. It has its various qualities. This plant releases moisture into the air in abundance, removes the chemical toxins and it is also beautiful to look at. It is best known for its ability to remove the indoor air toxins. It has to be kept in semi sun.
This is not just any good looking plant that adds beauty to your house. According to a research done my Nasa, this plant is effective in removing formaldehyde molecules as well as other toxins from the air.
Miniature Date Palm
This is basically a slow growing plant. It can survive for a long time, when the environmental needs of the plant are met. This is well known for removing the indoor pollutants and specially xylene.
It is believed that this plant possesses all the qualities to be the best indoor plant. When it comes to removing alcohols, acetone, trichloroethylene, benzene and formaldehyde. As a matter of fact its ability to remove the indoor pollutants makes it one of the most precious houseplant.
This plant with dark green leaves is not only good looking but at the same time it is excellent in removing trichloroethylene. It is better to keep this plant in semi shade.
It is considered as one of the oldest plants on earth. This plant is best known for removing air pollutants, especially formaldehyde, and at the same time for adding humidity to the indoor environment.
This is one plant that is becoming popular very quickly. It is best known for purifying the air of the indoor environment. Unfortunately there has not been any record if this plant reacts to any particular pollutant.
This plant is well known for its ability to remove airborne-mold and also formaldehyde.