10 Air-Purifying Plants for Your Home 

A healthy interior environment includes air purification and natural fresheners. Air-purifying plants increase home attractiveness and air quality. These 10 indoor air-purifying plants enhance your home:  

Snake plants filter formaldehyde and are low-maintenance and thrive in low light, making them suitable for bedrooms and offices.  

1. Snake Plant

Peace lilies successfully remove benzene, formaldehyde, and trichloroethylene from indoor air. They also offer beauty with white blossoms.  

2. Peace Lily

Spider plants clean the air of CO and other poisons. Easy to care for and with cascading foliage, they make fantastic hanging plants.  

3. Spider Plant 

Drugs and air purifiers, aloe vera removes formaldehyde and benzene. Place it in the sun and water gently.  

4. Aloe Vera 

Boston ferns naturally humidify and eliminate formaldehyde and xylene. They love indirect light and humidity.  

5. Boston Fern

Rubber plants filter formaldehyde from the air. Bright, indirect light and regular watering suit them.  

6. Rubber Plant 

Devil's ivy, commonly known as golden pothos, thrives under many light conditions. Effectively removes formaldehyde and benzene from air.  

7. Devil's Ivy

Chinese evergreens filter benzene and formaldehyde and require little care. Low to medium light and moderate watering suit them.  

8. Chinese Evergreen

Gerbera daisies bring color and eliminate benzene. Place them in the light and water regularly.  

9. Gerbera Daisy

ZZ plants are hardy and grow in low light. They remove xylene, toluene, and benzene well.  

10. ZZ Plant

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