3 Air Purifying Plants for the Office
Can plants purify the air? According to research, plants remove toxins from the air by absorbing them into their leaves, all sorts of toxins too. Not only can they absorb carbon dioxide, but other volatile organic compounds present in the air that could impact asthma and your health. We are featuring a list of 3 plants but there are many more that act as air purifiers. Honorable mentions include aloe vera, snake plant, peace lilies, and spider plants!
This ivy plant will grow and climb if placed near filtered light. Make sure to water when the soil feels dry, this gorgeous ivy plant will remove common toxins in the air.
The ponytail palm is very stylistic with its awesome curly green leaves. Requiring very little water but bright light, it is one of the easiest plants to care for and is a great air purifier.
Chinese Evergreen Wintery Winehouse
Not only is this plant a super air purifier, but it is also easy to care for! Place this almost anywhere and it will adapt to all different types of lighting, including fluorescent.