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10 Pollution-Fighting Houseplants Grenada MS

Plants are the pollution fighters from mother Nature. If people in Grenada can plants some houseplants within their houses, under their windows, they will discover how important it is to have them. Here are 10 pollution-fighting houseplants you can choose from.

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10 Pollution-Fighting Houseplants

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Common Name Botanical Name Description Orientation Watering Feeding Pollutants
Bamboo Palm Chamaedorea seifrizii Clusters of upright stems with narrow leaflets East window Evenly moist biweekly in spring, summer Benzene, carbon monoxide, formaldehyde
Chinese Evergreen Aglaonema species Dark-green, oval leaves, edged or spotted with pale green or silver in some varieties North or East window Evenly moist, tolerates some drought Every 2 weeks when growing actively Benzene, carbon monoxide, formaldehyde
Corn plant Dracaena fragrans massangeana Arching, sword-shaped leaves with yellow stripes down the center atop a canelike stem East or West window Moist but not wet, let dry a bit between waterings Monthly when growing actively Formaldehyde
Dragon Tree Dracaena marginata Narrow, pointed leaves edged in red; slender, canelike stem East or West window Evenly moist but not wet Monthly when growing actively Benzene, trichloroethylene
Florist's Chrysanthemum Dendranthema xgrandiflora Single- or many-pedaled daisy flowers in yellow, orange, red, pink, white, purple; lobed green leaves South window. Discard when done blooming Evenly moist do not let dry out Biweekly while in bloom Benzene, formaldehyde, trichloroethylene
English Ivy Hedera helix Dense vine with dark-green, lobed leaves, edged or splashed with cream or yellow in some varieties East, West or North window Evenly moist Every 2 to 4 weeks when growing actively Benzene
Peace Lily Spathiphyllum cultivars Clump of oblong, dark-green leaves on slender, upright stems; creamy white spathe-and-spadix flowers, usually in spring and summer North or East window Evenly moist, tolerates neglect Monthly when growing actively Benzene, trichloroethylene
Golden Pothos Epopermnum aureum Vine with oval to heat-shaped green leaves splashed with yellow North or East window Evenly moist Every 2 to 4 weeks when growing actively Formaldehyde
Philodendron Philodendron scandens vine with deep green, heart shaped leaves North, East or West window Let dry between waterings Monthly when growing actively Formaldehyde
Snake Plant or Mother-In-Law's Tongue Sansevieria trifasciata Clump of stiff, upright, sword-shaped leaves striped, mottled or edged with varying shades of green and cream. North or East window Let dry between waterings, tolerates neglect Monthly when growing actively Formaldehyde

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