Top 7 Easy-To-Grow Houseplants for Air Purifying

Top 7 Easy-To-Grow Houseplants for Air Purifying -- Besides being useful as decorations that beautify the room, plants also have many other benefits. Especially in terms of health. But don't worry about not having time to take care of plants, because there are "Top 7 Easy-To-Grow Houseplants for Air Purifying" as a special list for you, win-win solution indeed!



The Dracaena is well-known for its easy nature. It can grow to be rather tall, but it can be kept small in a small space. It tolerates low light and humidity and can accept a missed watering. The plant will deal with gases emitted by xylene, trichloroethylene, and formaldehyde, which can be introduced by lacquers, varnishes, and sealers.

Rubber Plant


They're well-known for its dark and glossy leaf. This one-of-a-kind beauty is one of the easier plants to care for. It thrives in low light conditions, lower temperatures, and low humidity. It is very effective in removing indoor pollutants such as formaldehyde.

Spider Plant


The spider plant is an excellent choice for adding visual appeal to a space. They're extremely low-maintenance and make excellent hanging plants. They also eliminate formaldehyde and benzene molecules from the air. Keep them in wet soil and near or in a window with bright or mild lighting. 



Who doesn't know about this plant? The aloevera plant has several health benefits. This is a plant that should be in every home since it cleans the air and heals wounds. It needs a sunny location and favors dry soil, making it very easy to care for. 

English Ivy


Ivy is an excellent formaldehyde remover (found in many of our wood glues and carpets), and it looks beautiful cascading down from a high point or creeping up from a low one. English ivy grows in low light and prefers wet soil and colder indoor temperatures. 

Jade Plant


Jade leaves have a lush gloss and are extremely easy to care for. They're also said to bring good fortune! They prefer full light and plenty of water. Allow the surface soil to dry out between waterings, but not totally. 

Snake Plant


This is an easy to grow indoor plant that is effective in filtering formaldehyde. It grows well in a range of lighting settings, including low light, and its leaves grow straight for a crisp, clean appearance. The soil should keep slightly dry, so a skipped watering or two is good. 

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