Try these houseplants for cleaner air at home

Try these houseplants for cleaner air at home

This lily absorbs pollutants such as formaldehyde (found in carpeting) trichloroethylene (found in plastics), benzene (found in paints),and xylene (found in adhesives).  The peace lily requires watering once a week and your choice of a bright or shaded home.  Even though this is a “peace” lily, which is less toxic than true lilies, it still can pack a toxic punch if consumed by pets.

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