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NASA's Recommended Air Purifying Plants
Wondering which are the Top Air Purifying Plants? NASA's Clean Air Study found the best plants for air purifying within enclosed environments like space stations! Create the healthiest space at home with this collection.View All
Clean Air Q&A ?
Why NASA tested air purifying plants?
In the confined environments of space stations devoid of fresh air, astronauts faced heightened risks of inhaling pollutants, leading to intensified effects due to the absence of air circulation and limited ventilation. Instead of relying solely on technology, NASA opted to explore an age-old solution that has been present since the dawn of humanity: PLANTS!
Which plant is capable of eliminating mould from the air?
The snake plants (Sansevieria trifasciata) are known to be effective at removing various indoor air pollutants, including mould spores, and can contribute to improved air quality in indoor environments. However, the exact percentage of mould elimination may vary depending on factors such as the size of the space, the number of plants, and the severity of the mould issue.
How many plants does it take to clean the air, according to NASA?
To observe a discernible enhancement in indoor air quality, you would require approximately 10 plants per square foot within your household. We know, is a lot, but all we need is tiny steps to a green oasis adapted to your needs!
Best Plants at absorbing toxins and pollutants from the air
Certain plants, such as the Parlour Palm, demonstrated the remarkable ability to absorb a comprehensive range of pollutants during testing.
Conversely, some plants, like the Boston Fern, exhibited a more discerning approach to the substances they absorbed.
Nevertheless, formaldehyde was absorbed by all the tested plant varieties.
Other plants, such as the Boston Fern, were a little more selective about what they absorbed.
However, all of the plants that were tested absorbed Formaldehyde.
A Plant Therapy Book
Authored by psychologist and founder of Bloombox Club, Dr. Katie Cooper: "Plant Therapy" showcases interesting evidence as to why being surrounded by house plants can naturally boost your wellbeing, no matter what your environment! Broken down into five chapters :
🍃 The Human-Nature Relationship
🍃Plants and Health
🍃 Plants and People
🍃Living with Plants
🍃 A plant directory with plant care tips.
And the best part, you can find all the plants in this book as part of our Indoor Plant Collection at Bloombox Club!
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