This striking houseplant may help to scale back the likelihood of mold and mud mites, making this an important bedroom plant.
Spider plants, which may be present in the South Pacific and South Africa, grow green foliage which resembles large blades of grass.
Zach added: “In keeping with studies, spider plants are great at eliminating formaldehyde from the air, in order that they can show you how to cleanse the air indoors by keeping them near your workspace. It is also said to remove carbon monoxide and xylene.”
They will absorb nitrogen dioxide effectively too, helping to maintain the air clean and fresh.