Real plants generally – assuming you aren’t concerned with potential allergies or proximity to moist soil. Fake plants only serve as an aesthetic and are of no real environmental value.
I would agree with scott and rickken except in the case of Christmas trees (which are usually cut and on their way to dead, thus negating any long-term benefits of having a carbon-dioxide respirating organism in your house). I think it’s definitely “greener” or “better(?)” to have an artificial tree that you use year to year than getting a real one new every year, for obvious reasons. The tree is cut, and dies. It is probably not recycled. It’s kind of gross to be participating in this sort of cultish tradition unless you possess property with plenty of 9 ft tall coniferous trees to spare.
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