NASA Recommends Having these Plants in Your House


How do houseplants clean the air? A 1989 NASA study explains exactly how plants remove toxins from air by trapping them in their leaves, soil, and roots, and which houseplants clean air the best.

The study was designed to test air purification systems for the space station.

And if you want to buy these last plants? Here are the list

  • Boston Fern
  • Peace Lily
  • Gerbara Daisy
  • Chinese Evergreen
  • Snake Plant


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