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,
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.