The following houseplants are top performers according to NASA’s study and are sure to add some peace and happiness to your home.
Sturdier than more delicate palms, this hardy plant can tolerate cool and shade.
A powerhouse at removing indoor air toxins, this leafy option is low maintenance and ideal for first-time plant owners.
This pretty, frilly plant needs sun and regular misting but it’s a champion at air toxin removal.
Draped elegantly from shelves or from a hanging planter, this plant delivers a decorative touch with its air detoxifying power.
Perfect for the sunny spots in your home, this tropical stunner purifies your indoor air.
This article is from the November/December 2018 issue of YAM.