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Purifying Plants Table of Contents

Introduction ……………………………………………………………………………………………………5

Purifying Plant #1: Pothos ………………………………………………………………………………..8

Purifying Plant #2: Dwarf Date Palm …………………………………………………………………11

Purifying Plant #3: Peace Lily ………………………………………………………………………….14

Purifying Plant #4: Philodendron ………………………………………………………………………16

Purifying Plant #5: Spider Plant ………………………………………………………………………..19

Purifying Plant #6: Chrysanthemums …………………………………………………………………21

Purifying Plant #7:  Rubber Plant ………………………………………………………………………23

Purifying Plant #8: Boston Fern …………………………………………………………………………26

Purifying Plant #9: Areca Palm ………………………………………………………………………….28

Purifying Plant #10: Dracaena …………………………………………………………………………..31

Bonus Tips ……………………………………………………………………………………………………..34

Conclusion ……………………………………………………………………………………………………..39

Resources ………………………………………………………………………………………………………43

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Introduction

If you’re like most people, you worry about the quality of the air you’re breathing. There’s just so much pollution nowadays, from factories and industries, vehicles, and second-hand smoke.

And it’s not just outside, either.

Inside, you’re exposed to that same air, plus whatever toxic chemicals happen to be in your cleaning products or the paint on your walls. There are also hundreds of microorganisms living in your house.

NASA produced a report on “Interior Landscape Plants for Indoor Air Pollution Abatement.” This study looked at various plants, plus a carbon filter to see whether the plants could absorb and purify toxins and microorganisms from indoor air.
Based on this report and other sources of proven research, we’ve compiled a list of the top indoor plants that can help purify your home’s air and protect you and your family from toxins and microorganisms.

Best of all, many of these are very easy to grow and maintain, so even if you aren’t a green-thumb, you can have clean air inside your home.

One thing to keep in mind, though. These are live plants, so they’ll need care and attention. If you overwater, you might end up with mold or other fungus that will make the air worse instead of better.

Be sure to follow directions and care for your plants appropriately, so they’ll thrive and help remove all those toxins from your air.

In this special report, we’ll uncover at the top indoor plants that will purify the air you breathe, as well as how to care for them.

We’ll also cover which toxins are most likely to be absorbed by each particular plant so you better understand how each variety goes to work in helping clean the air.

If you follow our directions and put a little work into caring for these plants, you’ll have a lovely, green home with a superior air supply.

Let’s begin!

Purifying Plant #1: Pothos

Houseplants are a valuable addition to any room. They bring a vibrant beauty inside and create a natural oasis inside your home. They liven up a dull corner or window. The right plant can be a fantastic accent piece, whether it’s a hanging fern or a tall palm tree. And of course, they help create fresher air for you and your family.

One of these wonderful plants is known as Pothos (otherwise known as Golden Pothos or Devil’s Ivy).

Pothos is one of the easiest houseplants to keep alive. It’s a tropical plant, so it likes the warmth of an indoor setting. It’s a trailing vine with heart-shaped leaves and can grow up to six to ten feet in length.

Pothos will tolerate low light and humidity, so it’s pretty easy to satisfy this plant and maintain it. However, for a healthier growth, give it bright (but not direct) sunlight and allow the soil to dry out between waterings.

In addition, you’ll want to choose a well-draining potting soil. If your Pothos has pale leaves, it’s probably getting too much sun, whereas if you start to notice the appearance of differently colored zones within the leaves, it means it’s getting too little.

If it starts getting a little leggy, just prune it back to shape it and control the length.

Note: Pothos and philodendron plants are often confused. Pothos stems are grooved, while philodendron stems aren’t. New philodendron leaves have a sheath that dries and falls off; pothos doesn’t have this sheath.

Pothos also like brighter light and warmer temperatures than philodendrons. You’ll often see pothos sold in hanging baskets.

Tip: They aren’t heavy feeders, so fertilize monthly to bi-monthly during the growing season.

Because it removes toxins like formaldehyde and benzene, commonly found in fresh paint, you often see this plant in offices or living rooms. However, it also absorbs carbon monoxide, so it’s a good choice for a bedroom as well.

And Pothos also absorbs xylene and trichloroethylene.

Word of Caution: This plant causes oral irritation and difficulty swallowing in pets, so make sure your dog or cat doesn’t chew on the leaves or stems.

 

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  2. Subject: Growing Aloe Vera
  3. Subject: Growing English Ivy
  4. Subject: Growing Flamingo Lily
  5. Subject: Growing a Lady Palm
  6. Subject: Growing a Chinese Evergreen
  7. Subject: Growing Kimberly Queen Ferns

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Subject: Growing Kimberly Queen Ferns

Hi there!

Yesterday, we talked about growing Chinese evergreen
plants to purify the air of your kitchen or bathroom.

Today, we’ll talk about the striking Kimberly Queen fern.

Also called the sword fern, this plant is native to
Australia so you can tell it’s going to like tropical
conditions.

Kimberly Queen ferns make a bold statement in any room
with their upright, narrow fronds.

They’re easy to grow and can thrive outdoors as well as
inside. They’re fast-growing, full, and beautiful,
growing to about three feet tall.

They thrive in containers and make a great addition
to a hanging basket.

Plant your Kimberly Queen fern in premium potting soil
in a vibrant container and it will accent any room you
place it in.

They like medium light throughout the day, so a
north-facing window will be perfect for your fern.

You don’t want too much light or the leaves will begin
to lose their vibrant green color.

Watering is important for a fern. Let the top 25% of the
soil become dry before you water, then soak the soil good.

Don’t let the soil become soggy, though. If your plant is
thirsty, the leaves may turn a pale green and if you overwater,
they’ll turn crispy or brown, especially in the middle of the
plant.

Try to avoid using “hard” water with your fern.
Distilled is best or allow the water to sit out so the
chlorine evaporates before you water.

Ferns love humidity, too. Mist your leaves regularly or
place the pot on a pebble-lined tray full of water.

You might also try a humidifier in the room. If there’s
not enough humidity, the front tips will turn brown.

Kimberly Queen ferns like their temperature around 60
to 70 degrees F, so keep your ferns away from heating
vents, fireplaces or air conditioners.

Feed your fern monthly with a balance houseplant fertilizer
when the plant is actively growing. Dilute the plant food
to ¼ or ½ strength so the ends of the fronds won’t burn
and turn brown.

They don’t need to be pruned or cut back, but clip off
any dead fronds periodically.

Kimberly Queen ferns absorb benzene and formaldehyde from
your home, so they’re great in any room of the house.

Just be sure they have the humidity they need and keep
them on the cooler side and they’ll thrive and clean the
air for you.

That’s it for now. Look for follow-up emails from me
with additional tips and strategies geared towards growing
the best indoor plants and much more!

Until then,

{Your Name Here}

 

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