NASA research on indoor plants found that flowering plants such as gerbera daisy and chrysanthemums rated superiorly in removing benzene from the chamber atmosphere. Other good performers are Dracaena Massangeana, Spathiphyllum, and Golden Pothos.
Plants take substances out of the air through the tiny openings in their leaves, but research has determined that plant leaves, roots and soil bacteria are all important in removing trace levels of toxic vapors.
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