Not Only Green Creatures around , did you know that Plants can also suck away toxins from your environment?
those plants are the perfect if you are looking for a Sweet Boho detoxified Home
The Rubber Plant has been proven to remove formaldehyde from the air. It has gorgeous waxy leaves, which grow in shades of dark green, orange, pink and burgundy. Bred for toughness, this plant will survive in less light than most plant of its size. This is a particularly good choice for areas with dim light and cool temperatures; in fact, if the plant gets less light while growing, the leaves will actually grow larger! However, they are known to be finicky when it comes to change, so be sure to pick a spot to place it and don’t move it. This is especially true when it comes to fluctuations in temperature or air flow.
Many people know already that it doubles as a soothing gel if you snap a leaf in half (don’t worry, it will regrow), but what you may not know is that it is a great indoor plant for improving air quality. Tests have shown that Aloe Vera helps to keep your home free from benzene which is commonly found in paint and certain chemical cleaners.
Although it is totally safe for humans, it is toxic for cats and dogs, so keep it out of reach of your precious little fluffers.
These are great plants to regrow Simply by cutting off one of the “spiders” and placing it in a pot with soil, you’ll have a brand new baby plant to take care of. They particularly like average indoor temperatures and bright indirect sunlight.
The spider plant battles benzene, formaldehyde, carbon monoxide and xylene, a solvent used in the leather, rubber and printing industries.
Brighten your home, lift your spirits and clean your air with the gerber daisy.This bright, flowering plant is effective at removing trichloroethylene, which you may bring home with your dry cleaning.
Gerberas (sometimes called gerber daisies) are suitable for the slightly more adept home gardener. They like well-drained soil, so be sure pots have drainage holes. You’re going to need to mist the leaves a couple times a week and make sure plants get at least six hours of direct sunlight every day. If you care for your plant properly, the brightly colored cut blooms can last as long as two weeks.