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Monday, February 11, 2008

Breathe Easy!

Have you ever wondered what it is that we are actually breathing each day?

It's no wonder that with all of the pollutants and chemicals in our world that we have so many individuals with unexplainable and confusing health problems.

A team of scientist along with NASA put together a list of household plants that not only look great in your home decor, but actually help make the air you breathe safer.

Benzene Inks, oils, paints, plastics,

rubber, dyes, detergents,

gasoline, pharmaceutical,

tobacco smoke, synthetic fibers

English Ivy, Dracaena marginata, Janet Craig, Warneckei, Chrysanthemum, Gerbera Daisy, Peace lily
Formaldehyde Foam insulation, plywood, pressed-wood products, grocery bags, waxed paper, fire retardants, adhesive binders in floor coverings, cigarette smoke, natural gas Azalea, Philodendron, Spider plant, Golden Pothos, Bamboo palm, Corn plant, Chrysanthemum, Mother-in-law's tongue
Trichloroethylene Primarily used in the metal degreasing and dry cleaning industries; also in printing inks, paints, lacquers, varnishes, adhesives Gerbera Daisy, Chrysanthemum, Peace lily, Warneckei, Dracaena marginata

(NASA researchers recommend using at least 1 potted plant per 100 square feet of home or office space to achieve better air quality).

Let us help you breathe a little easier!

We incorporate plants in many of our floral designs.


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