Plants purify air making them an essential part of NASA’s “life support system,” which is why people are increasingly turning to plants as air purifiers—what’s known as “phytoremediation”—as concerns about indoor air quality mount.
Environmental Protection Agency estimates that people spend more than 90% of their time indoors, where their exposure to common organic pollutants can be twice as high as outside. By removing toxins from the air, plants improve the quality of indoor air. They also stabilize humidity levels.
A plant air filter that is known to release night-time oxygen is the Snake Plant, Ferns, Spider Plants and Money Plants. Other air purifying plants include Anthuriums, Syngoniums, Chinese Evergreen and Aglaonema. The NASA air-purifying list includes all these plants. You can get their benefits by bringing home a few plants from Rolling Nature.
They will reduce carbon dioxide, airborne dust levels, and pollutant levels such as benzene and nitrogen dioxide. Rolling Nature offers you space saving beautiful plants in unique planters so that you breathe better and fresher indoors! NASA Clean Air Study recommends 15-18 plants in an area of 1800 square feet.
Our best-seller is not just a pretty plant, but one that does so much more than you’d expect. According to Vastu and Feng Shui, the plant is a famed air purifier and good luck plant as well. Due to the incredible properties of the plant and qualities it provided, they are a most popular plant inside.
With its rounded leaves and neon green foliage, golden pothos looks tremendously attractive. In the interior business, the golden pothos gets the most use in the interior business due to its high light tolerance and ability to survive extreme neglect. Also effective in removing pollutants from indoor air are the other green and variegated kinds of money plants. The pothos or devil’s ivy is one of the best plants for removing airborne pollutants such as benzene, formaldehyde, carbon monoxide and xylene.
When you’re tired of toxic compounds inside your house, the spider plant is an ideal solution. If you don’t have a green thumb, then the spider plant is a great houseplant as it’s quite resilient! A bonus is that you don’t have to worry about your plant dying because you neglected it. The easy-to-grow plant is extremely popular because you can grow it anywhere since it grows rapidly after being placed in a well-lit place, watered, and watched! Spider Plants are also commonly called the Airplane Plant or Ribbon Plants. They are very air purifying and they look beautiful in Rolling Nature pots. According to NASA, this plant is among the most effective types of houseplants for removing formaldehyde. Chlorophytum, as it is scientifically referred to, is capable of removing toxins and carbon in the air.
Snake plants are a classic houseplant with accentuated tapered leaves and sword-like foliage design. One of the most tolerant plants of all decorative plants is Sansevieria which can survive the most unsuitable growing conditions, abuse and neglect a plant can experience. Simply put, it requires a lot of effort to eliminate sansevieria. As with many plants, it can be neglected, thus making this a suitable plant for a forgetful gardener. Additionally, it is considered an excellent air purifier for an interior environment. One of the different oxygen producing plants is the Snake Plant, a.k.a. Mother-In-Law’s Tongue (MILTs). It converts a lot of CO2 (carbon dioxide) to O2 (oxygen) at night. You can keep this plant in your bedroom at night because it produces oxygen.
In a NASA study, ferns topped the list of air purifying plants, since they offer beauty and health benefits. Ferns also top the list of popular houseplants. It is perfect for people with dry skin or other cold weather problems to hold these plants in the house since they act as humectants and can help to restore moisture in the air. Besides eliminating formaldehyde, they also look beautiful hanging from baskets all around the home. One of the Fern’s greatest assets is its longevity; if you take good care of this low maintenance plant, you can expect it to clean your air for a very long period of time. These robust fronds lend a very fresh look to any interior, creating the feeling of a mini jungle.
Experts at Rolling Nature recommend this as their favorite plant. This plant comes in a variety of colors, including the red and green lipstickaglaonema. They’re a great indoor plant for a variety of reasons, and they’ve been on the list of “preferred” plants for years. It is a tough plant that can grow almost anywhere in your home, in any light condition.
With this beauty, there is no need for adequate light at home or in the office. A very low maintenance plant for years of continuous growth. Since ancient times, Aglaonema has been grown as a luck-bringing ornamental plant in Asia. Best air purifier, Aglaonema plant is proven to absorb formaldehyde, benzene, and other pollutants from indoor air. An Aglaonema is ideal for shady corner plantings where an attractive foliage display is required.
How unusual this plant looks with its glossy scales. Flamingo plant almost doesn’t look real at first glance. Add a dash of opulence to your home with an exotic red anthurium from Rolling Nature. When combined with the high-quality colored pots, it truly creates an amazing environment in your house. Bright blooms and shiney leaves, the anthurium’s shines, and brings color and life to cramped rooms.
The glimmering red, typically large flowers that add a touch of exoticism to anthuriums are also long-lasting and irresistible because they also represent hospitality. Anthuriums are lucky plants and bring good fortune to your relationships. According to Feng Shui, they are air purifying plants certified by NASA. Heart shape flowers, a sign of universal love and friendship, are a symbol of the plant.
There’s no doubt about its name. Research indicates that it does create a soothing, harmonious environment. The peace lily is an attractive plant that can improve air quality up to 60 percent.
A highly advanced air purifying plant, approved by NASA, it is able to remove formaldehyde, benzene, carbon monoxide, soot, paint and furniture fumes from the air we breathe. According to studies, formaldehyde can irritate the throat, disrupt sleep patterns, and cause headaches, so it’s better to avoid it. Plants grown for peace absorb harmful mold spores. Those crazy positive ions from computers, televisions, and other electronic goods can be absorbed by Peace Lilies. People receiving radiation treatment for cancer may also find peace lily effective healing agent. Snake plants
The broad variety of arrowheads and their striking appearance make them a common sight in the wild. These leaves are used to create a ravishing aura wherever they are kept because of their feng shui elemental shape; five lobed leaves for water, fire, earth, and wood elements. Hence, goosefoot cultivars have ‘upward’ wood energy, which corresponds to the east or southeast. Despite its modest appearance, it is an easy-care plant with attractive foliage. Over a 24 hour period of time, it decreased formaldehyde levels by 67 percent, showing that it is a good air purifier to use to eliminate formaldehyde. For smokers or people who cook a lot at home, the Syngonium plant is recommended.
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