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Six Plants You Should Have in Your Home

Thinking of bringing a little nature inside? Consider these six plants that look great while improving the air quality in your home!

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Bamboo Palm

  • Can grow up to six feet tall
  • Native to Mexico and Central America
  • Low-maintenance, thrives in low light
  • Cleans the air and is a natural humidifier

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Devil’s Ivy

  • Scary name, cool plant
  • Can either climb or hang
  • Leaves remove harmful substances from the air

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Spider Plant

  • Super resilient
  • Battles Benzene, Carbon Monoxide, and Xylene in homes
  • Safe if you have pets in the house

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Golden Pothos

  • Can survive in low light and cold temperatures
  • Great for offices and homes
  • Rids the air of Carbon Monoxide

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Weeping Fig

  • Type of ficus
  • Once you figure out the water and light, they last a long time
  • Filters out Formaldehyde, Benzene, and Trichloroethylene

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Lilyturf

  • Can grow between 1 and 1.5 feet
  • White and lavender flowers in the summer
  • Removes excess Ammonia from the air