Jordan Rubin said this in his clean air article:

You can also add a little green—since plants do more than just brighten up a room. Plants such as palms, ferns, peace lilies, spider plants, chrysanthemums, ivy and dracaena can all help make your air supply a little cleaner and more pure. They are said to absorb pollutants from the air. Throwing open the windows occasionally is not a bad idea, either.

I also have several philodendrons, but definitely not for eating.


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