Trying to green up your indoor space and not sure where to start? Check out this list of the top 10 oxygen producing plants that will bring a bit of the outdoors in! Plant these houseplants to add a breath of fresh air to your living space.
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Oxygen Producing House Plants
- Aloe Vera – Clears formaldehyde and benzene which are byproducts of chemical-based cleaners, paints, etc. Use the gel inside to heal cuts and burns!
- Spider Plant – Very resilient, rids home of benzene, formaldehyde, carbon monoxide and xylene. Also safe for pets!
- Snake Plant – Great at filtering out formaldehyde. Snake Plants thrive in steamy, humid environments so they’re great to keep in your bathroom!
- Heart Leaf Philodendron – Great for battling formaldehyde from sources like particleboard. This plant is very low maintenance, however is extremely toxic when eaten! Vines can fall from container or climb up a trellis/pole.
- Peace Lily – Loves shade & weekly watering. Removes formaldehyde, benzene, and trichloroethylene. This is a hardy and forgiving plant that produces beautiful white flowers.
- Bamboo Palm – Clears benzene and trichloroethylene. Keep your bamboo well watered and indirect sunlight or shade.
- Money Bonsai – Many love the bonsai for its braided trunks. This plant can grow relatively tall once it matures and thrives in humid environments like bathroom.
- Flamingo Lily – Removes formaldehyde and ammonia. Keep in partial shade, and watch your plant grow tall, large shiny leafs, and vibrant pink flowers.
- Lilyturf – Removes formaldehyde, toluene and ammonia. This is a lush, dense plant with tall purple flowers.
- Broadleaf Lady Palm – Grows best in partial shade. Once mature, this plant is tall with delicate palm fronds. Removes formaldehyde, toluene, and ammonia.
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Amos GohJuly 13, 2017 at 12:59 pm (6 years ago)
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Cay noi thatSeptember 4, 2019 at 4:27 am (4 years ago)
i thinks snake plant is very good choice. It very stronger