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Breathe with Ease: Discover the Power of Air-Purifying Plants!

Plants can make any home beautiful, but did you know they can have health benefits and improve your living space? We've hand-picked just a few of our fabulous Air-Purifying Plants and we're going to tell you why you need them in your home.






Aloe Vera


The Aloe Vera is a great addition to any windowsill because they adore the sun! This plant purifies the air from Formaldehyde & Benzene, chemicals found in everyday household products such as detergents. This plant is perfect for first-time plant parents as it doesn't require too much care. Say 'Aloe' to your new favourite plant here.








Ficus Elastica 'Robusta'


Another 'easy-care' houseplant is absolutely the Ficus. The large leaves absorb airborne chemicals, and they also have the ability to eliminate bacteria and mould spores in the air. A fun fact about the Ficus is that they thrive in dim light making them perfect for the bedroom or living room. They also have the potential to reach 8 ft in the right conditions!

Explore our range of Ficus Plants here.




Spider Plant


The Spider Plant or 'Chlorophytum Ocean' is known to be a resilient and non-toxic plant that is loved by many for being kind to your pets. These plants mostly takes care of themselves with just one weekly watering required. Leave a little time for the soil to dry out between waterings! Some important facts about the spider plant: Will tolerate some shade; but can slow its growth rate; it may lose its stripes. Avoid direct sunlight.





Snake Plant


The Snake Plant (Sansevieria) or sometimes referred to as Mother in Law's Tongue, are known for their oxygen production that takes place at night. They purify the air in your home and remove chemicals such as Benzene, Xylene, Formaldehyde and Trichloroethylene to name a few! Place these bad boys in a window and water weekly. Spice up your space with your own Sansevieria.






Browse more of our amazing air-purifying plants today at mementobelfast.com!








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