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Discover 10 depolluting plants

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Painting, television, glue, tobacco ... pollution is everywhere, even in our interior. Neutralize the harmful effects of air pollution in your home with depolluting plants. Overview of the most effective depolluting plants.

The moon flower


Spathiphyllum True air purifier, this plant with evergreen and brilliant green foliage has the specificity of absorbing trichlorethylene, benzene, ammonia, xylene and formaldehyde emanating from paints and glues. Ideal in any room of the house, it requires soft light and lots of humidity. Warning: it is toxic to animals!

The Aglaonema


Sustainable player Originating in the humid forests of Southeast Asia, the Aglaonema grows perfectly in the shade, in humid and relatively warm atmospheres, so it is perfectly suited for the bathroom, office and living room . Appreciated for its lanceolate foliage, this depolluting plant absorbs formaldehyde and benzene, specialist in toxic VOCs coming from paint, perfumed products.

Ivy


Hoe & Garden Your entourage smokes and the air in your home feels it, install in the common rooms of your interior plants that capture, among other things, benzene from the smoke. By opting for ivy, you will naturally prevent your interior from being impregnated with tobacco.

The ficus


Esprit Jardin Ammonia is present in many household cleaners. It can cause irritation of the respiratory voices. To avoid this kind of inconvenience, ficus is a particularly interesting solution. Installed in your living room or in your bathroom, this extraordinary plant will absorb formaldehyde, xylene and ammonia present in detergents and will act effectively on cigarette smoke, deodorants or varnishes.

Spathiphyllum


Oglesby Certain plants combine the depolluting effects and humidify the air. This is the case of spathiphyllum which has the advantage of being able to be placed in all the rooms of our habitat. Aesthetic and practical, this pretty plant will not leave you indifferent.

Boston fern


Plant House Easy to maintain, the Boston fern is a star in terms of depolluting plant. Every day, it absorbs a large amount of xylene and formaldehyde. Sprayed regularly, it contributes to significantly increase the humidity of overheated rooms.

The areca


Element Végétal Aesthetic, resistant and very easy to grow, Areca is one of the favorite indoor plants and probably the most used because of its beautiful and long, slightly arched green leaves. In addition to being decorative, this pretty palm has the particularity of absorbing xylene and formaldehyde. How not to crack!

The pothos


My Flower Land S "adapting in every corner of the house, this beautiful green depolluting plant tracks down a number of pollutants. Its action would be increased by the lightness of the substrate in which it grows.

The syngonium


Oglesby Founding its origins in the humid tropical zone, in Mexico, Guatemala, Costa Rica, Brazil, or even in Bolivia, Syngonium has great depolluting properties. It is particularly recommended in plastic art workshops because of its good capacity to absorb xylene.