Plants for each room
Indoor gardening - growing plants in residential or public spaces. Plants that are able to successfully survive and grow in such indoor environments are called indoor plants. Indoor gardening is especially common in countries with long harsh winters. Most indoor plants come from the tropics and subtropics.
Since residential or public premises are characterized by conditions more unfavorable for plants than when growing them in greenhouses (for example, the lateral direction of light, its small amount, dry air, abundance of dust, drafts, uneven temperature) to achieve a healthy state and proper development plants are used special techniques. Conditions in public and office buildings are usually even less favorable than in residential areas, so the most unpretentious indoor plants are grown here.
Back in the 80s, the NSSA found that some indoor plants can filter the air and in rooms with such plants the air is much cleaner than in others. In the editorial office of Shram.kiev.ua, we propose to create our own air cleaning station from useful indoor plants at home and choose the right plants for each of the rooms in the apartment.
Azalea not only pleases the eye with its flowering, but absorbs formaldehyde and benzene best of all, which are contained in cleaning products and chipboard furniture.
Gerbera (Gerbera jamesonii) absorbs benzene, which is released from plastics, synthetic fibers, rubber, ink and other materials from the chemical industry.
For the living room
Benjamin Ficus (Ficus benjamina) neutralizes vapors of formaldehyde, toluene, xylene and ammonia. You can put about the printer, copier, other office equipment. Well moisturizes the air.
People use Aloe Vera (Aloe vera) for over 6000 years. In Egypt, it was known as the "flower of immortality." Aloe is still used as an effective treatment for skin diseases, wounds and burns. Aloe vera cleans the air from formaldehyde and benzene, at night it releases oxygen and absorbs carbon dioxide.
Cactus (Cereus peruvianus) better than other plants absorbs electromagnetic radiation from a computer.
Chlorophytum (Chlorophytum comosum) is very unpretentious, it can grow in any soil in a poorly lit, cold room without watering for a month. Actively struggling with all fumes from the skin, painted surfaces, wallpaper, printing products. Safe for pets.
For the Hallway
Coleus (Solenostemon) is a shade-loving plant that does not require constant dressings, transplants, and tolerates drafts well. Perfectly filters the air and looks elegant.
For the Corridor
Lily of the World (Spathiphyllum) is undemanding to lighting and heads the top NASA for its ability to purify the air from the 3 most common toxic substances: formaldehyde, benzene and trichlorethylene. It also effectively copes with toluene and xylene.
Golden Potos (Scindapsus aures) is a hardy plant, quietly grows in the shade, tolerates low temperatures, effectively cleans the air, including carbon monoxide, toluene, benzene.
For houses of solid age
Geranium (Pelargonium) disinfects and deodorizes the air, cleans it of bacteria, helps fight moths. Essential substances not only fill the room with aroma, but also have a beneficial effect on sleep and calm the nervous system.