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5 Best Air-Purifying Plants To Buy In The Summers

5 Best Air-Purifying Plants To Buy In The Summers

5 Best Air-Purifying Plants To Buy In The Summers

Plants are a great way to bring nature to your home. They are beneficial for you in more than one way. They not only add a touch of greenery to your space but also clean the air and remove harmful toxins, dust, and germs, that can otherwise cause serious breathing issues.

These plants are easy to care for, require minimal watering, and can thrive in various light conditions. Not only can they filter the air but they also bring positivity and enhance your creativity.

In this blog post, you will explore the five best air-purifying plants that can thrive in the summer season.

Spider plant

Spider plant is also known as the Ribbon plant, it is the most popular and versatile air-purifying plant. It looks amazing with its long lemon-green leaves. Not only does it remove airborne toxins such as formaldehyde, xylene, and carbon monoxide but reduces allergens and dust mites. It loves bright indirect sunlight and moderate watering. It is also pet-friendly.

Parlor palm

Parlor palm is also known by the name Bella palm and Tabletop palm this plant is a tropical beauty. It has delicate, feathery green fronds that can add a touch of elegance to any space. It is known to filter benzene, trichloroethylene, and carbon dioxide from the air. It also increases the humidity level in and around the place where it is kept. It is best suited for spots that receive bright, indirect sunlight and moderate watering.

Fiddle leaf

Fiddle leaf fig is a popular indoor plant that looks elegant because of its robust leaves. It is a tropical plant that enjoys being in a bright sunny spot. It doesn’t like to be moved very frequently. Regular misting is a must to keep the leaves clean and shiny. It can remove many airborne pollutants including benzene, toluene, formaldehyde, ammonia, and xylene. Having larger leaves, it can remove toxins more efficiently than many other air-purifying indoor plants.

Snake plant

The Snake plant is more popular by the name of Mother-in-law’s tongue it is one of the most resilient and low-maintenance plants you can find. It has spiky long leaves that come in different shapes and sizes and several shades of green. It can remove airborne formaldehyde, xylene, benzene, and nitrogen oxides from the air. It also releases oxygen at night ensuring good air quality even when you sleep. It requires minimal care as it can tolerate low light and drought conditions.

Aloe vera

Aloe vera also known as the Burn plant, is not only a medicinal plant but an air purifier as well. It is a succulent that has thick green fleshy leaves. It can efficiently remove formaldehyde and benzene from the air. It can be used to soothe burns, cuts, and insect bites. Aloe vera likes plenty of sunlight and occasional watering to grow well.

These are some of the best air-purifying plants to buy this summer. They can spruce up your home and improve the health and well-being of you and your family as well.

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