There are many benefits to welcoming green-leafed guests into your space. Studies have suggested that plants have positive psychological impacts in the home and office, including lower blood pressure, increased productivity, and improved well-being.

Studies also show that rooms with plants contain up to 60% fewer airborne molds and bacteria, and NASA’s famous clean air study showed that houseplants also remove harmful toxins and volatile organic compounds (VOCs).

Here are some houseplants that can make your home or office a healthier place to live and breathe.

It’s winter, so move the garden inside and enjoy clean air year round.

Other tips for improving your indoor air quality.

Read more:
Indoor Air Quality Part 1
Indoor Air Quality Part 2