10 anti-pollution plants

Air pollution across the globe is a major cause of concern as pollutant levels are rising steadily.

Most of us are aware of the outside air pollution, but we’re still ignorant about the innumerable pollutants that are present indoors.

To bring a change in the current scenario we need to install long term environment friendly options, which are easily available, affordable and can combat air pollution crises.

I’m a chronic allergy patient and it’s mainly due to the dust and toxic air pollution. Medicines, air-purifiers and anti-pollution masks are not the resolution to the situation.

So I thought to adopt a natural way to cleanse our environment, by planting more trees/saplings in my surroundings.

But what type of plants will help us in reducing the air pollution is still unknown to a lot of us.

Today I’ll share few anti-pollution plants which will help you purify the toxic gases in the air both indoor and outdoor, at a much cheaper cost.

Top 10 anti-pollution plants

1. Aloe Vera

aloe vera 

2. Lady Palm, and Bamboo Plant

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3.Boston Fern

Boston Fern

4. English Ivy

english ivy

5. Snake Plant or mother-in-law’s tongue

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6. Money Plant

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7. Peace lily

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8. Silver Queen

Silver queen

9. Spider Plant

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10. Syngonium

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Plants are very good companion which demand just water, little care and love from your side, but what they give in return is a lease of life, air of positivity and growth.

I hope my post can help you to create a better environment not only for ourselves, but also for our future generations to come.

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4 thoughts on “10 anti-pollution plants

  1. Great post. I had not idea. I new the Aloe plant has many medicinal purposes, but not air purifying. That’s awesome. All those plants as well are much more feasible for cost savings or cost conscious consumers versus electronic purifying routes. Thank you for a very useful post.

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