Pothos is a resilient houseplant that doesn't need much care and cleans the air. Perfect for people who don't have a green thumb.
Indoors, English ivy cleans the air and gets rid of mold. Needs a lot of sunlight and dry soil. A study showed that it grew mold when it was near stale bread.
Boston ferns clean the air well and don't need much care. They take in harmful things like formaldehyde, plastics, and smoking and turn them into nutrients.
Peace lilies clean the air by taking in toxic chemicals like CO, formaldehyde, and benzene. Does well in indirect light, which makes it great for apartments
Aloe vera is good for your skin, cleans the air, and can be used to treat sunburns. It can also be used to make food and drinks, such Raw Aloe Vera Brownies.
Snake plants make the air in the bedroom better. Absorb CO2, release O2. Xylene, toluene, and trichloroethylene should be taken out. Lifehacker-approved.
Rubber plants are easy to take care of and clean the air since their big leaves can soak up pollution and turn it into nutrients.
NASA found that the gerbera daisy was the best at getting rid of benzene. It takes in chemicals in the air and releases oxygen at night
"Pretty azaleas clean the air inside by absorbing formaldehyde, but they need to be misted to keep the air humid and the soil moist."
Top NASA-rated for removing formaldehyde. The mass cane or corn plant is perfect for low maintenance homes and offices. Looks great and cleans air.