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The Boston Fern is also called a sword fern or known by its scientific name Nephrolepis exaltata ‘Bostoniensis is an extremely popular indoor plant renown for its air-purifying properties.
The plant removes impurities from the air and converts them into oxygen and successfully made it onto Nasa’s clean air study, where it proved to be able to clean the air of harmful pollutants like Xylene, Toulene and Formaldehyde.
The plant prefers to be placed in sunny spots but mist the leaves regularly to avoid them drying out. Keep the soil moist, without letting the plant stand in water.
The Boston Fern is also called the sword fern or Nephrolepis exaltata Bostoniensis. It’s delicate-looking, elegant, and makes an extremely popular indoor plant, well-loved for its air-purifying properties as well as its gorgeous tropical jungle looks.
This plant removes impurities from the air and converts them into oxygen, which is why it made the grade in NASA’s famous clean air study. It proved very good at cleaning the air of harmful pollutants like Xylene, Toulene and Formaldehyde.
This attractive plant prefers a sunny spot but it also likes life humid, so you’ll need to regularly spray or mist the leaves so they don’t dry out. Keep the soil moist but never let it stand in water so it gets soggy. It can grow as large as four feet wide and four feet high but keeping it in a pot controls the growth. What a stunning display, either in a hanging pot or a regular plant pot.