A man’s home is his castle, but it can also contain air pollutants that are dangerous to kings and queens alike. But don’t panic — festooning your house with the right houseplants can filter out these harmful compounds. According to an in-depth study by NASA, these are the ten best plants to improve indoor air quality.
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The below infographic comes from design firm NeoMam Studios based on a study of interior landscape plants for indoor air pollution abatement conducted by NASA in 1989. While the study is a bit long in the tooth, it’s findings remain relevant to modern households which contain the same air pollutants such as benzene, trichloroethylene, and formaldehyde.
Handily, the infographic also contains gardening tips for each plant shortlisted in NASA’s study. Check it out below:
[Via: Barrat Homes.]