Indoor plants are great for a number of reasons.  Not only do they add some much-needed greenery to a room, but they also help improve air quality.

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Peace Lily: This plant is ideal for anyone looking for an easy-to-care-for option that will help improve the quality of their indoor air.

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The spider plant  low maintenanceplant produces large leaves that can trap dust, pollen, and other allergens in its weave.

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Ficus tree is a great choice. Not only does this tree have dense foliage that traps pollutants in its canopy, but it's also hardy and easy to care for.

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Dracaena Gold Star plants are excellent choices for air purification because they produce a high volume of vapor as they photosynthesize.

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Money trees are native to Southeast Asia and Mexico, and they're known for their dense, evergreen foliage and large, fragrant flowers.

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This plant is easy to care, watering once a week. Because this plant does not need a lot of light, it is perfect for apartments.

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Many of these plants are low-maintenance and require little water, making them a good choice if you're looking to keep your living space clean.

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