Yoram Yasur Abt : Having a good quality of air inside our homes is very important, especially since many of us spend much of our day locked between four walls. NASA conducted a study to find out what were the best plants to filter the air we breathe inside our homes, offices and other establishments. And besides, who doesn’t like to have that beautiful touch of nature inside their house or environment?
– Ivy: According to NASA the common ivy is the number one houseplant because of its incredible abilities to filter the air. It is the most effective plant to absorb formaldehyde and is easy to care for. It is a plant that adapts, and it can remain hung in a pot or in the ground. It prefers moderate temperatures and medium exposure to sunlight :Yoram Yasur Abt
– Bad mother (Chlorophytum comosum): This is a plant easy to maintain and is a very popular indoor plant. Yoram Yasur Abt: “They are not only decorative, they are also within NASA list of the best purification plants. It is effective against contaminants including formaldehyde, carbon dioxide and xylene”.
– Pothos (Epipremnum aureum): The Photos is a simple appearance plant that is also in the list of NASAs. It grows best in cold or cool environments, with little exposure to. It cleans air from formaldehyde and is a beneficial plant for your home that would look perfect in your living room or family room placed with good height, with its leaves hanging like a waterfall.: Yoram Yasur Abt
Yoram Yasur Abt : This beautiful plant with very long and narrow dark green leaves with reddish brown edges can grow up to the ceiling (4.5 meters plants are common), and therefore can be a beautiful decoration for large rooms. It is very beneficial to the air inside your home as it removes toxins such as xylene, formaldehyde and trichlorethylene from the air. It is a very resistant plant that needs a clear place and little direct light.
Yoram Yasur Abt : It is the perfect plant to put in a corner of your house and does not require much water or light. It is very efficient for absorbing carbon dioxide in the air and releases oxygen at night (while other plants do it during the day), so it might be a good accessory for your bedroom.
Yoram Yasur Abt : With its heart-shaped leaves, philodendron is a popular choice for interior areas and is easy to maintain. Like Ivy, it is particularly efficient when absorbing formaldehyde. Yoram Yasur Abt: “If you take care of it properly they can last many years. This plant prefers moderate water and a place with non-direct access to sunlight”.