In the late 80's, scientific research by NASA on various methods of purifying the air in Spaceships performed. It has been found that some indoor plants keep the air much fresher than the high technology methods.
Today we'll give you a list of the most useful plants according to NASA research. Not only are they beautiful, they also clean the air in your home from harmful and unpleasant substances. Choose your new house plants and enjoy the healthy fresh air at home.
1. For the kitchen
The delicate flowers of the Zimmerazalee complete the cozy atmosphere in your kitchen
The Zimmerazalee is not only popular for its beauty. It will purify the air in your kitchen of formaldehyde and benzene, which is found in most detergents.
2. For the nursery
Choose Gerbera in bright or soft colors for the nursery
The gerberas have the ability to purify the air of benzene, which is separated from plastic, also of synthetic fibers, rubber, ink and other industrial materials that are encountered in every household.
3. For the living room
The rubber tree is ideal for any ambience
The rubber tree neutralizes the evaporation of formaldehyde, toluene, hydrochloric acid and ammonia. Put the plant near your office equipment to absorb their radiation. The rubber tree keeps the air in the room damp.
4. For the bedroom
Take a ceramic planter in white for your true aloe
The positive effects of true aloe have been known for more than 6,000 years. The ancient Egyptians called this green wonder of nature "the plant of immortality" because of their healing powers. Nowadays, the real aloe is used for skin problems, wounds and skin burns. In addition, this beneficial plant filters the ambient air of formaldehyde and benzene. At night, it absorbs carbon dioxide from the air and releases oxygen.
5. For the office
Decorate your office with a variety of cacti
The cactus family Cereus repandus best absorbs the electromagnetic radiation from your computer compared to other plants.
6. For the wardrobe
Green lily looks elegant and cleans the room air
The green lily is a very easy-care plant. It also thrives in dry potting soil, as well as in a cool or poorly lit room. The plant filters bad odors and harmful substances from painted surfaces, wallpaper, printed products and the like. a.
7. For the vestibule
Buntnesses always delight the eye
The stinging nettle likes the shade and does not need fertilizing or transplanting. The plant usually grows even at lower temperatures. The stinging nettle is famous not only for its beautiful colorful leaves, but also for its ability to filter the air from impurities.
8. For the corridor
Scheidenblatt - a fascinating plant for your home
The sheath leaf is a graceful plant that thrives very well in the shade. This elegant ornamental flower is at the top of the NASA list thanks to its ability to effectively purify the air of the most common organic compounds formaldehyde, benzene and trichloroethane.
9. For little embarrassments
Efeutute - fresh and refreshing
The Efeutute is not a demanding plant and therefore ideal for small spaces. The unfavorable factors, such as shadows, low temperatures u. a., do not affect their growth at all. The most important feature of the efficiencies is that it successfully filters carbon monoxide, toluene and benzene in the air.
10. For old houses
Geraniums bring new life into old buildings
Pelargoniums aromatize the air, kill the bacteria and repel the moths. The aroma of this plant relaxes the nerves and calms the soul.