Air Purifying Plant Range

Popular Air Purifiying Plants

Clean the air in your home and office with our selection of air purifying plants

Snake Plant

Sansevieria

Not only does this plant clean the air, but it is also believed to bring positive energy, long life, and prosperity.

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Aloe Vera

Aloe Vera

The Aloe Vera plant is one of the world’s most popular indoor plants and for good reason.

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Air Purifying Starter Bundle

Snake Plant & Spider Plant

We’ve combined two of the most popular air purifying indoor plants to help get you started.

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Spider Plant

Chlorophytum 

This low maintenance plant is known for its ability to clean the air of harmful chemicals like formaldehyde.

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Red Anthurium

Anthurium andraeanum

The popular Anthurium benefits from vivid red spathes that provide colour to your home or office all year round.

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Peace Lily

Spathiphyllum

Best performing plant in the Nasa clean air study. Helps cut back mould spores & absorbs nasty vapours.

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Boston Fern

Nephrolepis exaltata

A participant in the Nasa clean air study, the plant removes harmful pollutants like Xylene & Formaldehyde.

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Satin Pothos

Scindapsus pictus Argyraeus

Popular amongst plant lovers and a bit of an Insta sensation. The Scindapsus is also a fantastic air purifier.

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Dracaena

Dracaena Burley

The flamboyant Dracaena Burley features long, green and yellow leaves that form a neat striped pattern.

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Golden Pothos

Epipremnum aureum

Proven in Nasa research to clean the air of benzene, formaldehyde, xylene, and other harmful chemicals.

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Ficus Tineke (Rubber Plant)

Ficus Tineke

Known as a variegated rubber plant. Its leaves have a rubbery look and feel and feature a camouflage-like pattern.

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English Ivy

Hedera Helix

Cuts back airborne faecal matter found in homes with pets and cleans the air of other impurities.

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Dieffenbachia

Dieffenbachia Vesuvius

One of the most effective air purifying plants money can buy. This is a rare Dieffenbachia variant.

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Rubber Plant

Ficus Elastic Robusta

This plant’s glossy leaves look great in any home or office setting and the plants are very easy to care for.

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Parlour Palm

Chamaedorea elegans

Nasa research show this plant cleans all harmful pollutants from the air, it also looks great!

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Rubber Plant Bundle

Ficus Tineke & Ficus Elastica

Every serious houseplant lover owns a Rubber plant and this cost-effective bundle features two must-have plants.

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Purify Your Home & Office

Indoor plants are more than just attractive, it is scientifically proven that their presence can improve your overall wellbeing. They act as biofilters, systems that clean the air, combat pollution and get rid of harmful toxins.

In addition to absorbing carbon dioxide and releasing oxygen through photosynthesis, certain indoor plants can also provide a natural way of removing airborne microbes, spores from mould, even bacteria from the air. Some can also use their roots to remove toxins. The roots absorb harmful substances and convert them into nutrients, which plants use to grow.

Air purifying houseplants absorb benzene and formaldehyde, both of which are found in cosmetics, cleaning products, and cigarette smoke. The majority of the plants listed below have proven air purifying properties and can be found within the famous Nasa clean air study.