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Try these air-purifying plants

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These not only look good, they go to work to make the air in your workplace a little fresher:

  • Lady palms require little sunlight and are nontoxic to animals.
  • Rubber plants prefer dim light and humidity and are resistant to pests and disease.
  • The Golden pothos prefer colder temperatures, ideal for a chilly office.
  • Peace lilies produce white blossoms and prefer shade.
  • Snake plants don’t need much sunlight or maintenance to stay alive if you don’t have much of a green thumb.

— Adapted from “These five plants don’t just look good—they improve your health, too,” Megan McDonough, The Washington Post.

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