Monday, May 10, 2010

Exotic Plants would like to remind you of the air cleaning benefits of interior plants. Two to three plants in pots approximately 8 -10" wide can significantly remove toxins from the air of your home. If healthy living is a concern of yours, make sure interior plants and their care are included in your plan.

Certain plants have an affinity for removing toxins from the air more easily than others. Most of the plants effective in removing indoor air pollutants are not exotic and are readily available. They include English ivy, aloe vera, ficus benjamina, areca palm, bamboo palm, sansevieria, philodendrons, pothos, all of the draceneas but especially the Janet Craig, chrysanthemums, bromeliads and orchids. The draceana is pictured here. All have been proven to remove benzene, trichloroethylene, carbon monoxide, and even formaldehyde.

Let Exotic Plants help you find the plant that would benefit your living space and thrive. Remember ... "You haven't gone green until the plants arrive"!

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