Research done by NASA suggests that living indoor plants can be very effective at improving indoor air quality. The leaves and roots of live plants are both effective at absorbing toxins from the air, as are bacteria living in the soil of potted plants. Some plants, such as chrysanthemums and gerbera daisies, seem to be especially good at cleaning up the indoor air. Almost any type of live plant, however, is likely to give you some benefit.
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