House plants do more than simply light up a room but also help to eliminate toxins that cause indoor air pollution.
However, we prefer the real thing. These five houseplants do exceptionally well in removing formaldehyde (found in the coating, plastics and synthetic fabrics), which the EPA lists as a possible carcinogen.
does best in medium to bright light; Water thoroughly, and let the soil dry out between watering.
flourishes in half-light; keep the soil slightly moist.
Please medium to bright light; thrives in moist environments.
Janet Craig (corn plant )
Keep the bright light but out of direct sunlight; let the soil dry out between watering.
Language (Snake Plant) Mother-In-Law
Very resistant and grows well in all lights; be careful not to overwater.