5 best air purifying plants

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Air purifying plants are rather intriguing by their innate ability of absorbing a decent amount of carbon dioxide and releasing oxygen into the surrounding air. Other random air compounds can be purified, although on a much smaller scale. Multiple air purifying plants are needed for the effects to be significant. On top of this, the conditions in which the plants are being kept also influence their efficacy.

Even so, air purifying plants are definitely cheaper than actual air purifiers and, despite not being as effective, can offer other benefits as well. As such, here are 5 of the best air purifying plants:

1. Aloe Vera

Aloe Vera plants are wonderful air purifying plants that have other properties as well. As most people know, they can help with acne and burn wounds. However, in case you have pets, you should be careful when placing this succulent, as it is quite toxic to cats and dogs.

2. Peace lily

Peace lilies are beautiful air purifying plants that can also fight off mould spores, on top of various compounds. They are quite easy to keep and are absolutely gorgeous plants. Once more, beware in case you own cats, because they are also toxic to cats.

3. Zamioculcas zamiifolia

With great lush foliage, these air purifying plants are also very good at doing their job and they make for wonderful décor. It’s great for beginners, as it withstands extreme weather. It is toxic to both humans and pets, so be careful with the plant placement.

4. Devil’s ivy

Resistant, well-known plants, the devil’s ivies can climb and enchant people with constantly green, fantastic foliage. It is very efficient at purifying different kinds of pollutants (including benzene, formaldehyde, toluene and xylene) and it’s also very easy to keep. It’s toxic to cats and dogs.

5. Dracaena

Dracaenas are stunning air purifying plants that are also relatively easy to keep. There are varying types of Dracaenas, but their identifying feature is the white or purple stripe down the middle of the leaf, including other similar markings.  They are also toxic to cats and dogs.

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