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Oxygen Plants For Making Your Room Green & Beautiful

Oxygen Plants For Making Your Room Green & Beautiful

Oxygen Plants

Do you love decorating your office or room with plants? Then, try keeping more oxygen plants in your room! Thinking, what are oxygen plants? Unfold it below:

1. The increasing rate of the population, lead to the rise in pollution level as well. Because of this, the air quality index (AQI) is increasing as well. Thus more and more people are suffering from respiratory disorders.


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2. The only cure to this problem apart from reducing the pollution level is to install quality air-purifiers, using oxygenators or setting up of houseplants, commonly known as oxygen-plants.

3. The most interesting fact about the oxygen plant is that apart from the day, they release oxygen at night also.

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4. Plants like succulents, epiphytic bromeliads and orchids are the ones to be classified as oxygen plants. It is as they exhale oxygen during the nights and also purify the air by detoxification.

Air purifying plant

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5. According to various researches, these plants increases the oxygen-levels and speeds up the recovery of the patients. It also promotes a calm mind.

Plant for patient

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6. The top five houseplants are Areca Palm (Dypsis lutescens), Snake plant aka Mother In Law’s Tongue, Money plant (Epipremnum aureum), Gerbera Daisies and Chinese Evergreens.

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7. These plants also purify the air by removing various chemicals like benzene, formaldehyde, toluene, and xylene, thus providing a healthier environment to breathe.

8. These potted plants require less amount of sunlight and water. Thus, they are kept in the living room and bedroom.

9. Peace Lily is a beautiful plant belonging to the genus Spathiphyllum. It has been declared as most dominating oxygen plant by NASA.

If you are thinking about what oxygen plants to buy for your room or cabin–keep digging our Plants Page for more blogs on various decorative oxygen plants!

Blog Edited By Ritika Gupta

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