Green Plants

All plants purify the air.

The first list of plants that purify the air' was compiled by NASA as part of the NASA Clean Air Study" in 1984.

 

Green Plants

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  • Cards info Green Plants

    SHEETS of GREEN PLANTS

    In this category you will find general information on the amount of light needed, on how much watering the plants, and other curiosities.

    Here are all of the plants, or you can click on the category of plants that interests you.

    Click on the plant you're interested in, and then at the bottom of the page you will also find any plants available online for purchase.

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  • The research of the Nasa

    NASA, the us space agency, sought ways to purify the air in space stations.

    The list of plants NASA also states the ability to eliminate significant amounts of benzene, formaldehyde and trichloroethylene.

    A second and a third list was taken from the book of a certain Wolverton and focused on removal of specific chemicals, such as xylene, toluene, and ammonia.

    Also already knew that plants absorb carbon dioxide and release oxygen.

    Researchers at NASA suggested for a clean air efficient use of at least one plant for every 10 square metres of space at home or in the office.

      

    • Pottorff, L. Plants "Clean" Air Inside Our Homes. Colorado State University & Denver County Extension Master Gardener. 2010.

    • Wolverton, B. C., et al. (1984). Foliage plants for removing indoor air pollutants from energy-efficient homes. Economic Botany 38(2), 224-28.

    • Wolverton, B. C., et al. A study of interior landscape plants for indoor air pollution abatement: an interim report. NASA. July, 1989.

    • Wolverton, B. C. (1996) How to Grow Fresh Air. New York: Penguin Books.

    • Wolverton, B. C. and J. D. Wolverton. (1993). Plants and soil microorganisms: removal of formaldehyde, xylene, and ammonia from the indoor environment. Journal of the Mississippi Academy of Sciences.

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