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Survive in Clean Air

According to the newest scientific studies, it is the most effective way to deal with polluted air. Some plants are also natural detoxifiers so they not only remove harmful components from the air you breathe in but also they increase the level of humidity in your office and house. Not all indoor plants are created equally as when it comes to cleaning the air, the best performers have a propensity of the highest rates of transpiration, healthy and dynamic plants detoxify the air.

The top performing plants that are very beneficial are as follow:

1. Areca Palm: this plant is best known for removing environmental toxins and it also releases plentiful amounts of humidity in the air.

2. Bamboo Palm: with the high transpiration ratings, this plant is easy to care. It also pumps much-needed humidity into the air.

3. Lady Palm: great at removing toxins, this plant is easiest to care for.

4. Rubber Plant: it is easy to grow; hardly tolerates cool temperatures and very low light levels. It is effective in removing formaldehyde from the air.

5. English Ivy: you can find in different forms like ground cover, hanging, and topiary. Easy to grow and is adaptable to most environments.

6. Dracaena Janet Craig: it is attractive and very effective in removing trichloroethylene.

7. Dwarf Date Palm: plant best for removing toxins like xylene. It has slow growth with a long lasting life.

8. Boston Fern: it is the best choice for removing pollutants like formaldehyde and great for raising humidity.

9. Ficus Alii: ease of growth, resistance to insects, and ability to remove pollutants has made this plant a popular plant for office and house.

10. Peace Lily: it is gorgeous foliage and flowers, and ability to remove all kinds of toxins from the air make this plant a must-have for your office and home.