11 Air-Cleaning Plants That Are Easy to Care For

Especially for those living in big and busy cities, air-purifying plants are essential at home. I, unfortunately, do not have green thumbs and used to manage to kill at least one specimen quarterly. Now I try to stick with more resilient plants that can survive under my care!

I have only a couple of these but plan to expand the collection in the future.

Added bonus – they are incredibly beautiful and Instagram worthy!

Besides being beautiful, having any of the plants below in your home may provide a variety of health benefits, including:

• Provide Cleaner Air

• Clear Congestion

• Natural Humidifier

• Prevent Allergies

• Increase Happiness

• Improve Mental Health

• Relieve Headaches

• Provide Inspiration

• Improve Sleep

• Negate Cigarette Smoke

• Reduce Carbon Dioxide

And here is my list of top 11 Air-purifying plants that are also absolutely beautiful

  1. Rubber Plant

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  2. Devil’s Ivy

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  3. Spider Plant

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  4. Dwarf Date Palm
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  5. Chinese Evergreen

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  6. Dracaena

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  7. Ficus/Weeping Fig

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  8. Peace Lily

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  9. Boston Fern
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  10. Snake Plant/Mother-in-Law’s Tongue

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  11. Aloe Vera

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I hope you found this post helpful!

If you enjoyed learning about the best plants for clean air, please do share this article with your family and friends x

Love,
Hewnly

 

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6 thoughts on “11 Air-Cleaning Plants That Are Easy to Care For

  1. I have a brown thumb too!!! 😂 so far my snake plant has survived my neglect.

  2. This is a great idea for a post! I’ve been thinking about getting a devils ivy. I somehow managed to kill my aloe pant 💔 X

  3. I must say now my biggest issue with getting the plants to not die on me is long-term travel, especialy when it’s very hot weather 🙂

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