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How to Use Houseplants to Purify the Air in Your Home

By: Jodi Marks

You don’t always need to buy expensive products to purify the air in your home. Some houseplants act like a filter and absorb harmful chemicals while producing clean air. The best plants to use include:

  • Philodendron
  • English ivy
  • Spider plant
  • Cornstalk dracaena
  • Janet Craig dracaena
  • Weeping fig
  • Golden pothos
  • Peace lily
  • Chinese evergreen
  • Bamboo palm

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