Five Great Plants For Achieving Cleaner Air In Your Home

Worried about the quality of the air in your home? Why not buy some plants to improve the purity of the air your family breathes in? Many plants act as a natural cleanser, getting rid of toxins floating around where we live. Try out some of these different varieties to experience fresher, cleaner air when you come home after a long day.

Garden Mums

No, you’re not limited to greenery in your clean air efforts. NASA itself rates these colorful blooms as one of the best natural tools for removing toxins from the air. They’re inexpensive, nice to look at, and easy to maintain. Use them as centerpieces for your dining room table and plant them outside in your garden once they’ve bloomed.

English Ivy

English Ivy can be placed anywhere in your home. You can train it to grow around different types of furniture to obtain more interesting shapes. That way, you remove chemicals from the air in any room in the house.


This tree transitions easily between being an indoor and outdoor plant. It requires very little light and scrubs the air of harmful pollutants like trichloroethylene and formaldehyde.

Peace Lily

These small but potent flowers fill your house with a heady fragrance while getting rid of many harmful chemicals in the air. They can be placed on different pieces of furniture like bookcases, end tables, or even the nightstand in your bedroom.

Mother-in-Law’s Tongue

This popular green plant can be placed in colorful planters and displayed around your home. They’re also great for keeping the air clean in your home office. The best part is they require no water and very little maintenance. That makes them a great option for those not skilled in dealing with live plants.

Plants can perform wonders to maintain cleaner air in your home. Keep that in mind if you’re looking to add new furniture to your favorite spaces. You can find all sorts of new home accents at different Regency Furniture Showroom locations within the region.

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