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7 Indoor Plants That Are Good Air Purifiers

Why do we need to install air purifiers when we have plants? Yes, these are natural air purifiers that help us breathe clean. No doubt so many Singaporeans are keen on gardening and keeping indoor plants. In addition, the recent pandemic phase led people working from home to take up gardening as a leisure activity. So, if you are also planning to get some common house plants that help purify the air, here are some.

1. Money Plant (Epipremnum Aureum)

Spotting money plant in Singaporean households is a common sight. They thrive easily in indoor lighting and less watering. They can fight toxins like benzene, formaldehyde and trichloroethylene.

2. Snake Plant (Sansevieria Trifasciata)

Also known as mother-in-law’s tongue, this succulent is a versatile plant that can survive in low-light conditions even when you don’t water it daily. Snake plant has flat and slender beautiful-looking leaves with yellow borders. It can filter formaldehyde, a dangerous chemical often found in the air due to household cleaners.

3. Peace Lily (Spathiphyllum)

The peace lily is known for its glossy green leaves that look elegant. These are common house plants that can thrive in indoor conditions. These air purifying plants can filter toxins like benzene, carbon monoxide, etc.

4. Chrysanthemums (Chrysanthemum Morifolium)

Chrysanthemums, also known as mums, actually do take care of you like a “mum”! Not only do these flowering plants look colourful and gorgeous, but they also work as great air purifiers. They can filter air toxins like ammonia, benzene, xylene, and formaldehyde.

5. Aloe Vera (Aloe)

Aloe vera species are one of the most common balcony plants in Singapore. All thanks to its versatile uses and ease of maintaining. If you think aloe vera is too common, pick spider aloe with short leaves heavily covered in tiny spines. They look unique and beautiful as indoor decorations.

6. Black Gold Philodendron (Philodendron)

This plant has heart-shaped leaves, comes in various colours, and can grow well in low-light conditions. However, the Black Gold Philodendron variant works as a great décor and can remove toxins from the air, like formaldehyde.

7. Chinese Evergreen (Aglaonema)

The Aglaonema plant is available in different coloured variegated foliage, making them unique indoor decorating plants. Since they are tropical plants, they would survive easily in Singaporean households since it is pretty humid here! They are capable of eliminating benzene and formaldehyde from our house.

Conclusion

Greenery is soothing for our senses. Whether it is the aesthetics or the air-purifying nature, plants are the ultimate gifts from God. Thankfully, finding your perfect indoor plant is now easier with The Green Corner. You can choose through various outdoor, indoor, and balcony plants in Singapore. The best part is that they also offer gardening essentials to help you achieve lush green gardens.

FAQs 

Does the snake plant need to be watered daily?

Snake plants are desert succulents that store water in their thick leave. So, they can thrive easily even if you water them every 2-3 days.

Does the best plant nursery in Singapore provide pots and planters too?

Yes, they offer a beautiful range of transparent pots, ceramic pots, baba pots, etc.

Will my money plant survive in low-light?

Yes, the money plant is versatile and can grow well under direct sunlight, low light, and indoor places.