These are plants that NASA recommends growing indoors

As well as filtering toxic gas, does it provide fresh oxygen and be hesitant? Check out the indoor plants that NASA recommends planting below.

You just bought a house but don't know how to decorate it? Think about growing ornamental plants, both "cool eyes" as our family members still compliment, and just help to green this Earth, even if only a small part.

Plants provide oxygen to the fresh air, this is not controversial but do you know it also has the ability to filter toxic gases? NASA knows that and they have spent a lot of research resources to find the most suitable plants to grow in your home!

They have the ability to filter toxic gases commonly found in air, emitted by by-products such as paints, varnishes or industrial emissions in general.

The infographic below will tell you all the information you need to know:

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You can plant trees such as Italian orchids, Chrysanthemum, Yin in the house .

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