Air pollution is a harrowing issue and a topic of concern in today's technology-driven life. With the various eco-unfriendly gadgets that surround our lives, there might come a time air pollution will be a major threat to our lives indoors.
Having said that, there are natural ways to tackle it without you having to spend a ludicrous amount of money on fancy air purifiers.
Here are some easy-to-grow plants that are best natural air purifiers:
1. Spider Plant
Considered one of the most adaptable houseplants and one of the easiest to grow, spider plants are the best option for natural air purifiers. The spider plant is named after its spider-like features, “spiderettes”, with little knob-like protrusions and tiny roots dangle down from the plant. If you have a bright, sunny room, the spider plant will easily grow in no time.
2. Garden Mum
The garden mum is regarded as the champion of air purifiers. According to research by NASA, this plant is known to remove toxic pollutants and clean the air. The garden mum works well indoors but it requires bright light when it blooms. It is best advisable to set these potted plants indoors near a window that receives bright, indirect sunlight all day.
3. Peace Lily
Like their soothing name, peace lilies are known to have positive psychological effects such as reducing feelings of stress and fatigue apart from acting as a natural air purifier. Peace lilies bloom best when there is more light provided you don't let the plant dry out too long.
Dracaena are plants that are easy to find considering there are 40 different varieties. The plant is ideal for growing indoors and is a perfect fit for your home or office. The plant can be easily distinguished by its long, wide leaves that are often variegated with lines of white, cream, or red.
However, if you are a pet owner, you might want to choose another plant as it is toxic for cats and dogs.
5. Aloe Vera
A common plant that can be found easily, aloe vera has a plethora of advantages. In addition, the plant is widely known to have numerous health benefits. The plant's leaves contain a clear liquid full of vitamins, enzymes, amino acids, and other compounds that have antibacterial, anti-inflammatory and wound-healing properties. The ideal spot to place the plant indoors would be the sunny kitchen window.
If you plan to move to Embassy Springs, Bangalore’s biggest and best planned city, pollution would be the least of your concerns. Embassy Spring’s landscape designed by world’s renowned landscape architect Cicada Pte Ltd from Singapore comprises of more than 1.5 lac shrubs and trees of over a 100 types. This heavy foliage in the property ensures a fresh supply of oxygen no matter what. A perfect urban sanctuary in the lap of mother nature, that has 288 acres of lush greenery.
However, to increase the beauty of your living space, you could always have a few potted plants indoors. Because, there's no such thing as too much greenery, especially in this modern age.
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