It is undeniable that the existence of a garden in the house will bring a good impact on health because of the many plants that are there. However, please note also that the grass is not something that you have to well maintained. You even have to cut it neatly so as not to bring bad impact to the environment in your house. You can use the services of a top lawn care company for proper and tidy grass cutting.
The presence of plants around the house will have a good impact on your health and your breathing. This is because the various plants can filter the air that is there to be cleaner. In fact, there are some plants that serve as the best air purifier you can have. some of these plants are
Dracaena has long, wide foliage, and has a white, red, or creamy leaf edge. This tiny ornamental plant can ward off formalin, xylene, toluene, benzene, and trichloroethylene. Although small, if you treat dracaena well, the plant with the name of the alias ‘Bamboo Rezeki’ can grow up to 5 meters tall.
Important: for those of you who have a pet dog or cat, you should avoid this plant. Dracaena is poisonous to your pet.
Chrysanthemum flowers are popular seasonal plants sought after for home decoration, both outdoor and indoor. In NASA’s study, chrysanthemum was ranked first as the best pollutant filter. Chrysanthemum, or commonly abbreviated as ‘mum’, can repel ammonia, benzene, formalin, and xylene from the air of your room.
3. Aloe vera
Not only can heal burns and nourish hair, aloe vera is also renowned as an air purifying agent. Aloe vera can get rid of formaldehyde and benzene commonly found in cleaning liquids and paints. Aloe vera also serves as a reviewer of pollution levels. The higher the level of indoor pollutants, aloe vera leaves will bring brown spots on the surface.
In fact, this plant is also considered to have many benefits for your life every day.