15 House Plants You Can Use As Air Purifiers


Here are 15 plants that could clean your air for just the price of a few drops of water each day.

First lets check some of the evidence behind the claim that plants can purify your household air:

1. NASA Research

A NASA research document came to the conclusion that “house plants can purify and rejuvenate air within our houses and workplaces, safeguarding us all from any side effects connected with prevalent toxins such as formaldehyde, ammonia and also benzene.”

Here are the results of the NASA research study:


Common name Scientific name Score
1 Areca palm Chrysalidocarpus lutescens 8.5
2 Lady palm Rhapis excelsa 8.5
3 Bamboo palm Chamaedorea seifrizii 8.4
4 Rubber plant Ficus robusta 8.0
5 Dracaena “Janet Craig” Dracaena deremensis “Janet Craig” 7.8
6 English ivy Hedera helix 7.8
7 Dwarf date palm Phoenix roebelinii 7.8
8 Ficus Alii Ficus macleilandii “Alii” 7.7
9 Boston fern Nephrolepis exalta “Bostoniensis” 7.5
10 Peace lily Spathiphyllum sp. 7.5

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2. Interior Plants: Their Influence on Airborne Microbes inside Energy-efficient Buildings

In another study made in 1996, a bedroom with no plants had 50% more colonies of airborne microbes than a room which contained houseplants.

microbe removal using plantsSource

3. Foliage Plants For Indoor Removal of The Primary Combustion Gases Carbon Monoxide and Nitrogen Dioxide

During a laboratory experiment in 1985, Dr. Wolverton PHD compared the removal of carbon monoxide and nitrogen dioxide using a sealed chamber of spider plants.

nitrogen and co2 removal using plants Source

4. Dr Wolverton – Formaldehyde removal experiment

In another laboratory study by Dr. Wolverton PHD, he compared a number of house plants at removing formaldehyde from a sealed chamber. Formaldehyde is a common household toxin that is released from a variety of household items.

Removal of Formaldehyde from Sealed Chambers for Plants Grown in Potting Soil

CommonName Botanical Name Removal Rate*(Micrograms/Hour)
Boston fern Nephrolepis exaltata “Bostoniensis” 1863
Dwarf date palm Phoenix roebelenii 1385
Bamboo palm Chamaedorea seifrizii 1350
Janet Craig Dracaena deremensis “Janet Craig” 1328
English ivy Hedera helix 1120
Weeping fig Ficus benjamina 940
Peace lily Spathiphyllum “Clevelandii” 939
Areca palm Chrysalidocarpus lutescens 938
Corn plant Dracaena fragrans “Massangeana” 938
Lady palm Rhapis excelsa 876

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With reference to the experiments of Dr Wolverton and the NASA experiments, I have compiled a list of 15 house plants that provide the greatest level of air purification.

1. Areca Palm Tree

Areca Palm Tree

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The Areca palm tree is the very best air purifying plant according to the ratings from NASA’s research and has the 8th highest removal rate for Formaldehyde according to Dr Wolverton’s data. This house plant was referred to as “the most effective air humidifier” by MetaEfficient.com. The Areca has the ability to  maintain your office or home moist throughout dry periods as well as continually removing chemical toxins from your air. In the course of the winter season, it’s so effective at putting moisture back in the air that you could switch off your electric humidifiers!

2. Lady Palm

Lady Palm

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This house plant – Lady palm (or Rhapis excelsa) achieved exactly the same rating as the Areca Palm tree in NASA’s research. This adaptable house plant, can be stored in dry or moist parts of the world ( between 20-100° Fahrenheit) and is particularly resistant to the majority sorts of plant insects.

The Lady Palm is not the most effective at removing Formaldehyde so if this is a concern then i would suggest you look at another plant.

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3. Bamboo Palm

Bamboo Palm

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The bamboo palm was the third most powerful plant at removing formaldehyde from the air. It ranked third in the NASA experiment so is a good all rounder at keeping your room air clean. This house plant will grow best in a moist but not wet soil and in direct sunlight. However this palm will require lots of room to grow, so it might not be the best option if want this plant to sit on your desk.

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4. Boston Fern

Boston Fern

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The Boston fern was the most effective plant at removing Formaldehyde and removed significantly more per hour than the rest of plants examined.

Studies have also shown that the Boston fern will also eliminate heavy metals, such as mercury and arsenic from the soil.

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5. Rubber Plant

Rubber Plant

Buy Ficus Plant


This rubber house plant (Ficus robusta) has been mentioned as one of the leading Twenty plants by Doctor. B.C. “Bill” Wolverton’s “50 Houseplants That Purify Your Home Or Office.” This rubber house plant provides moisture, eliminates bio effluents, takes away volatile organic compounds as well as suppresses air based microorganisms as soon as it’s put into a room

As time passes this rubber plant will become much more skilled at eliminating toxic compounds present in the air. Bacteria within the rubber plants leaves break up the toxins and also feast on them. The procedure subsequently emits clean air in to the surrounding environment. Since the plant grows, these microorganisms increase.

This increased number of bacteria assist the rubber house plant in becoming progressively more effective at extracting further toxic compounds from the air.

6. Janet Craig – Dracaena

Janet Craig Dracaena

Buy Dracaena


The Dracaena (or Dracaena deremensis) places fifth on NASA’s ranking with a 7.8 score.  According to data it can remove Formaldehyde, at a rate of 1,328 micrograms per hour. It also removes Xylene, at a rate of 154 micrograms per hour according to http://www.earthwitchery.com/pollution.html

Recommended Placement in Home: These are especially effective in newly carpeted or newly furnished rooms were formaldehyde levels are at the highest.

Tips to keep this plant healthy:

  • Favours vibrant light, although not direct sunlight.
  • Water completely through early spring through the winter season and allow the plant’s soil to dry out in between watering

7. English Ivy

English Ivy


Buy English Ivy


If your air flow in your geographical area has got stagnant and dried out, English ivy (also known as Hedera helix) may be just the solution! WebMD.com talks about this effervescent house plant as “a solution for allergic reactions” observing that sixty percent of air based mold within the space was removed after just six hrs right after English ivy had been introduced.

People that have allergies, asthma, or even the desire to inhale cleaner, more fresh air might be wise to give this English ivy plant a shot!

8. Date Palm Tree

Date Palm Tree

Buy Date Palm Tree

Although it does not position at the top of the purifying scale when compared to  it’s three palm relatives, make no mistake: this Date palm house plant (also known as Phoenix roebelinii) remains an extremely efficient and stylish looking method to both cheer up the design of an area and reduce the content level of volatile organic compounds floating all over the air.

The Date house plant is very effective at getting rid of formaldehyde thus works great in combination with other purifier plants (has the second highest removal rate after the fern plant.)

9. Ficus Alii

Ficus Alii

Buy Ficus Alii

This ficus alii (also known as the Ficus macleilandii) isn’t as strong in it’s pollutant-removing effectiveness as, say, a rubber plant, however it remains an excellent addition to any kind of office or home wherever clear air is missing. Although they aren’t terribly difficult to look after, PlantCareGuru.com alerts to us that hand protection ought to be used whilst dealing with the house plant for those who have latex allergic reactions.

10. Peace Lilly

Peace Lilly

Buy Peace Lilly

The Peace Lily (also known as Spathiphyllum sp.) is a perfect air purifier plant for those who don’t have green fingers. Peace Lilies are often found in malls because they are so easy to grow.

If you scared you might kill your new house plant then I recommend you go for this one.

11. Aloe Vera

Aloe Vera

Buy Aloe Vera

Aloe vera was proven to be a lot more effective at the elimination of formaldehyde at lesser concentrations when compared with Philodendrons. Aloe vera is likewise famous as being a healing plant acknowledged for it’s therapeutic qualities, giving it the majority of its nicknames.

Andrea-plant-air-purifier-aloe

The Aloe house plant was also used in the initial photography used for the Andrea plant air purifier – probably due to the plants purification properties.

12. Spider Plants

Spider Plants

Buy Spider Plants

The spider plant was used by Dr Wolverton in his 1985 study that examined the plants removal of carbon monoxide and nitrogen dioxide. In a room with many spider plants the amount of carbon monoxide and nitrogen dioxide dropped to near zero after only 24 hours.

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13. Chrysanthemum

Chrysanthemum

This particularly attractive house plant was shown to be effective at removing the VOC compound – benzene which has been known to cause cancer.

Many tobacco products contain high levels of benzene so it would be helpful to have one of these plants in a smoking household. However no house plant can ever negate the effects of tobacco smoke.

Remember to be careful with Chrysanthemum as it is poisonous when ingested or with prolonged skin exposure.

14. Heart leaf philodendron

Heart leaf philodendron

Buy Philodendron

The N.A.S.A. study showed that the Philodendron house plant was one of the best house plant for elimination formaldehyde from the surrounding air, especially when working with higher concentrations.

15. Snake Plants or Mother of Law Tongue

snake-plant-purifier

Buy Snake Plants

Snake house plants — these types of plants tend to be incredible growers and also extremely tough. They’re excellent at eliminating the majority of toxins plus they are quite happy to grow in areas where other plants may decline and perish ( say for example a hot window ledge). Also, they are great bathroom and darker area plants.

One Final Point:

Make sure to Maintain your house plants in a good condition and make sure you have enough of them. The NASA research advised that there should be a six inch plant for every 100 sq feet of interior living space

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68 Responses to “15 House Plants You Can Use As Air Purifiers”
  1. Matt says:

    Are all these dog and kid friendly in case they decide to take a nom of the plants?

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  2. megan says:

    I just wanted to know if any of these plants harm animals? I have two cats and a spider plant that i keep away from them because I was told to keep it away from them. If the spider plant is harmful,which plant is best for me?

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  3. Robin Newberry says:

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    Dale. Sr. Reply:

    Germaphobe? Keep it properly watered and you will not have a fungal issue. Those bacterias will not harm you. They are necessary and beneficial.

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    Kala Reply:

    duh ok are you not getting that teh plants are purifying, you should not be getting mold in plants-unless overwatering. Also be aware that some level of exposure to bacteria is good for you!!!!!How did our ancestor survive.

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  4. Karen says:

    Plants

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  5. Mary says:

    Excellent info…and plants you can see…ty

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  6. Kathy says:

    Are any of these plants, “Pet Friendly?”

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  7. Linda says:

    I have read that Norfork Pines were amazing at such so I am surprised that it is not mentioned.

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  8. Leland says:

    Hi there,
    I am Leland Smith,

    I was just wondering if marijuana plants would help purify the air. I don’t grow nor do I smoke this drug but it has caught my curiousity. Please let me know.

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  9. Dorothy de la Rosa says:

    My question is, I have had almost all of these plants and never had a problem with them until I moved from California to Texas, they all died within about 6 months after moving. I did nothing different to them other than move them from one state to another, could that of had something to do with it or could it of been the home I moved into. My mother has lived in the same house for at least 17 years and has never been able to keep a plant alive and she just as myself has never had aproblem with our plants. (Green Thumb as some may say)

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  10. outdorable says:

    This information would be much more helpful if you also included which plants are poisonous for children, dogs, and cats. If you make revisions, please consider adding that info. Thanks!

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  11. mary webster says:

    Thank you for this report. I had heard having plants indoors was a good way to remove toxins but did not know which ones.

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  12. Jessica says:

    Thank you, I love this kind of an educational post. Glad to know I have some of the plants that you mention in my home & now have a better idea of the remaining ones I should buy.

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  13. Pgirl says:

    Thank you dr.oz! In my country they re all easy to find. Im so glad to know bout this.thank you

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  14. Roses says:

    Awesome. Thanks for the info!

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  15. laurie catanzaro says:

    I found this list of plants to be very helpful. I love house plants and have many allready. Its good to know which ones are helping my home and to purify my air.. Thank you
    Laurie

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  16. Colleen Migliaccio says:

    What indoor plants are deadly if eating?

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  17. Carol Glenn says:

    I watch your show every day. It is like taking a college coarse. I learn so much.
    Thank you so much for all the wonderful information.
    I like all the non medical uses you give for different health problems.
    Thank you for the 15 best house plants. I have some. Love plants so will
    get more THANKS FOR A WONDERFUL TV PROGRAM

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  18. Patti Ruppert says:

    Glad to hear this. My husband says it is a jungle here. You are in my corner.

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  19. Patti Ruppert says:

    Glad to hear. we have a jungle here.

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  20. Irene Simas - MA says:

    WOW! This was great information!
    I was so glad to SEE Pictures of each plant!
    I think I’m all set already!

    Thank you!

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  21. Dr Oz… I think your Awesome..This information on plants and the effect they have on us in the way of cleaning our air, is wonderful. Just one concern tho, what about cats & dogs ? How are these plants around animals…

    Thanks so Much..
    Love your show
    Marilyn G…

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  22. Gwendolyn Smith says:

    I am excited to hear about these plant air purifiers. I will tell all my friends and family! Thanks for the information

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  23. Jacques Taillefer says:

    Excellente initiative. Si vous avez d’autres articles du genre, je suis preneur

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  24. Brandon says:

    Amazing article, thanks!

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  25. Cal says:

    Wow,……..i’d have to have house full of plants. I believe all this. Maybe a few,that i would want.

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  26. Rose Knight says:

    everyone of these plants I have had or still have… I will now replace the ones I no longer have… I LOVE PLANTS

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  27. Kathy Pack-Dugger says:

    I have had houseplants since I was a young girl. Then I’ve collected, grown and gave many away over the years. Still, several rooms of my home appear to be an indoor garden. I was pleased to read that my unknowing choices are actually very healthy ones, as I have at least one of the plants on your list in every room and all but one room has several plants listed! Thank you for sharing this information.

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  28. jill says:

    Isn’t the last plant a Mother-in-Law (not OF law) plant? : )

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  29. Of the plants listed above, the ones that area poisonous to pets are:
    english ivy
    dracaena
    ferns
    peace lily
    rubber plant
    http://www.familypetservices.com/health_infoallshno_plant.asp

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  30. Nanette says:

    For those worried about spider plants and cats…..my aunt has always kept a spider plant specifically for her cats to eat during the winter when they cannot get to grass here in Michigan. I, too, have cats that eat my spider plants. Neither of us have ever had a problem as a result.

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  31. Eileen Rees says:

    This is such great information! Thanks so much!!!

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  32. Roberta Miller says:

    Am so happy to have info on houseplants, have very large aloe and others in my bedroom bay window. Now I know that they are good for me!!

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  33. Dominique says:

    From what I could find online, these are the plants that are safe for children and pets:

    Areca palm
    Lady palm
    Boston fern

    http://www.plantsciences.ucdavis.edu/ce/king/PoisPlant/SAFE-COM.htm
    http://plantsarethestrangestpeople.blogspot.com/2009/04/houseplant-toxicity-week-appendix-2.html

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  34. julcina belgrave says:

    this so good i have four out of the plant and i was thinking of getting an air purifier now i see i don’t need it after all

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  35. michelle says:

    I’ve been raising plants for over 25 years. Spider plants are great they’re pet friendly, easy to maintain, easy to start new plants (no rooting needed, just gently break spider from plant and put into soil, water, and it will root and grow).

    Mother in law tongue is a tough plant to kill. I’ve had both cats and dogs and no issues with any plant.

    Ivy is nice and easy too…again I have not had problems with my cats and dogs.

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  36. AR says:

    thank you so much for this page. i was so happy when i saw this at DR. OZ’s page at twitter.com
    again, thanks so much, coz i dont get to go out that much now a days and im so in need of fresh air. so i guess buying the right type of plant for the house is now on top of my list.

    regards,
    AR

    p.s.
    dont forget to follow me at twitter.com
    http://twitter.com/iamachirruper

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  37. autumn ball says:

    thanks, very helpfull. I pretty well know about the dog and cat stuff with plants, how about bunnys? we have two house bunnys and I would hate to poision them out of ignorence. they do there best to eat my plants now when leaves hit the floor or they droop enough for them to reach.

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  38. Patricia Hope says:

    For Dorothy de la Rosa,
    You said your plants “all died within about 6 months after moving.” ” My mother has lived in the same house for at least 17 years and has never been able to keep a plant alive and she just as myself has never had aproblem with our plants.”

    It sounds very likely that your house is subject to Geopathic stress. This causes plants to die, but it’s also very harmful to humans so it’s important you get it checked out or move house. It is the main cause of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome and if you sleep in a particularly bad place then your could get cancer.

    I have had this problem in several houses I’ve lived in.

    See this page for more information. http://www.rolfgordon.co.uk/
    I bought a Raditech from the Dulwich Health Society and it works wonders at neutralising an otherwise stressed place.

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  39. James Long says:

    If you going to test plants why not test one that are edible and we can clean the air and have an herb to eat to. james4341090@yahoo.com for more info
    thanks james

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  40. James Long says:

    Here one http://whatscookingamerica.net/EdibleFlowers/EdibleFlowersMain.htm
    here another
    http://www.usda.gov/wps/portal/!ut/p/_s.7_0_A/7_0_1OB?navid=SEARCH&q=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.nal.usda.gov%2Ffnic%2Ffoodcomp%2Fsearch%2F&site=usda&Go_button.x=8&Go_button.y=9

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  41. admin says:

    Thanks for the links James.. i will work on getting a set of plants you can eat and also use a purifiers.

    Great comment!

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  42. Bob says:

    Nice job, too bad all the commenters are too lazy to do any additional research regarding pets, etc.. You can’t put everything in one article, but this is a good start.

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  43. Danny says:

    wow.. guess besides bamboo charcoal, there are many other plants can be used as home air purifiers too

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  44. JER0EN R0LAND says:

    Is it healthy to have plant in your room where you sleep. I have plants in my room where i spend night to sleep, three big palm, and a date palm, a Tamarind, and Royal Poincian *flamboyant tree*. sometimes i have problem to breath, or bad breath , i put door open of my room for more fresh air!

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    admin Reply:

    I sleep with 7 plants in my bedroom! I see no problem if the plants are health. It would also depend on what plants you have chosen.

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  45. Athena says:

    A word of caution about the ‘spider plant’ They are not necessarily pet friendly. There are a few types out there that people refer to as “Spider Plant”. The spider plant actually produces a chemical that works similar to an opiate to a pet. In low doses this may not be a problem, but large doses or extended munching can cause problems.

    With any plant accessible to your pets, check the SPCA website and/or consult a vet. Then, watch your pet to see if they leave it alone. I manage to keep some of these plants away from my pets through the use of red pepper sprinkled around the containers.

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  46. Lisa says:

    Great info for indoor air health. These natural air purifiers are beautiful too.

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  47. JER0EN R0LAND says:

    I have some kind of plants in my bedroom. i have 3 big palm’s in pot, but i dont know name, the seed come for spain. I don’t know if its wrong to have many plant in my bedroom! In lifingroom we have a Cycas revoluta and banana tree, i sleep in my room under 3 big palms, have in same pot a Tamarind tree. Have a Royal poinciana, and a canary date palm, and now i have coconut palm.
    http://bit.ly/agAmY4

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  48. JER0EN R0LAND says:

    how more plants you have in a room, the higher the humidity will be on Rainy Day during the evening! Relative hihg humidity of 70% a 80% is bad for my health durning the night when i sleep in my room.
    http://www.thegardenhelper.com/troubleshooting.html

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  49. Miriam says:

    This is a wonderful article. I’m going to go out in the garden and see which of these plants can come inside. http://mysisterdalesgarden.com/photo-gallery/

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  50. aloe vera? wow, and it’s been on the pot at the corner of my window all this time for decades… great find for this site… nice!

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