Top 10 Indoor Plants to Purify Air, According to NASA Expert



Plants are nature’s air purifiers and are kept in homes across the globe for this purpose. In addition to their aesthetics and fragrance, air-purifying plants combat indoor pollution that triggers allergies and illness.

So maintaining a better air quality with plants proves beneficial to your health, and here are ten plants that purify the air.

English Ivy

English ivy (Hedera helix) is a beautiful addition to the bedroom and requires relatively easy care. Several types of ivy species exist, including the Jubilee, known for its climbing ability.



Chrysanthemums (Chrysanthemum morifolium), also known as mums, are a leading houseplant for indoor air purification. Mums are a colorful addition to any room but beware. They are toxic plants to cats and dogs.


Areca Palm

The Areca Palm (Dypsis lutescens) is a popular houseplant because the large, beautiful palms combat indoor pollution and are safe for children and pets.


Snake Plant: Aka Mother-in-Law Tongue Plant

The Mother-in-Law Tongue plant (Dracaena trifasciata), also known as a Snake plant, is an easy-care houseplant that requires very little light and water.


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