Houseplants That Clear the Air and Fight Pollutants
These hardworking houseplants can sweeten every breath you take.
By Rachel Mount
O, The Oprah Magazine | From the November 2009 issue of O, The Oprah Magazine
This thirsty, shiny mainstay is ideal for rooms that don't receive much sunlight (and aren't most rooms like that in November?). It's particularly adept at filtering formaldehyde, which is found in many adhesives and floor coverings.
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