In 1989, NASA launched a Clean Air study to determine which household plants are best at filtering harmful toxins and pollutants from the air. Here are the top 18!
Household plants are for more than just decor: they brighten a room and filter toxic particulates and pollutants from the air.
And, when one lives in the city, being in an environment full of oxygen-producing flora is essential for vibrant health and well-being.
Thanks to NASA, there are no more questions when it comes to knowing which plants are best for your health and your home.
Following is a great Infographic which explains the top 18 plants you should add to into your house to experience better health and cleaner air: