With all those nasty chemicals floating inside our homes, its no wonder that indoor air quality can be downright dismal. Gasses from things like benzene in paints and detergents, and formaldehyde in fabrics and furniture can build up, which may make you start longing for an expensive air filtration system. But fear not, NASA has released a list of pollution-busting plants that will not only beautify your home, but make your indoor breathing a little easier. Check out the following infographic from Barratt Homes for all the details and find out which plant reigns supreme in the fight against toxic air.
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