Air Purifying

Air purifying plants are capable of cleansing the air around them. They filter out both pollution and toxins, leaving the air fresh and clean – making them perfect for work environments!

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    Summer Purifying Duo

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  • Large Plants for Big Spaces

    Large Plants for Big Spaces

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  • Dracaena Marginata (Bi-colour)

    Dracaena Marginata (Bi-colour)

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    Dracaena Sanderiana

    Dracaena Sanderiana

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    Pachira

    Pachira

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    Philodendron Cordatum

    Philodendron Cordatum

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    Floral Plant Gang

    Floral Plant Gang

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More about Air-purifying plants

The benefits of these plants are extensive, but one of the main highlights is better sleep, with these plants releasing higher levels of oxygen into their environment. We have a wide array of air-purifying plants that are perfect for the home and shared workplaces.

Specific plants have also been proven to filter out toxins; for example, a study published by the American Society of Horticulture Science in 2009 found that the Sansevieria plant was effective at reducing ozone in indoor environments and it can also filter the surrounding air, removing trace amounts of formaldehyde, xylene, benzene, toluene, and trichloroethylene which are often found in varnishes, floor finishes and detergents. They’re rather clever plants!