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Plants help clean the air by taking in carbon dioxide and releasing it as oxygen. Some plants are better at this than others; The snake plant also commonly known as “Mother-in-Law’s Tongue” is one of the few plants able to convert carbon dioxide to oxygen during the night as well.  Snake plants are known for being low maintenance, don't over love them! Given its origins, this plant is accustomed to growing in harsh environments, They thrive on neglect!

    snake plant in bloom - sansevieria trifasciata   Snake Plant (Sansevieria trifasciata 'Laurentii')    

Another plant you will recognize- The Spathiphyllum or “Peace Lilly”, are known for their dark green foliage and white flowers. They can bloom throughout the year if you keep them happy. NASA named peace lilies one of the top three plants capable of removing household toxins from the air. They eliminate ammonia, amongst other pollutants. They are infamous drama queens… their leaves will droop significantly and when you give them a little water they are good as new. Sooooooo dramatic.

Petite Peace Lily    3 Peace Lillies    Spathiphyllum floribundum2

The boston fern also known as “Sword Fern” is recognized by its long sword-shaped fronds. Its unique texture will make it stand out in your house plant collection. They’ll clear everything from cigarette smoke to benzene. What’s more, they’re a great addition to any home with pets. According to the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, Boston ferns are non-toxic to cats and dogs.

Boston Fern (Nephrolepis exaltata)        Boston Fern 285/366

Adding houseplants to your home is a natural approach to purge the air of toxins. Peace lilies and Boston ferns are a couple of the types that NASA has approved. Both the appearance and air quality of your house are enhanced by these plants. A room's atmosphere and brightness can be dramatically improved by adding one or more potted plants. Can’t wait to see you in store!!



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