Fill a room with plants and you'll help clean up the air in your home. Plants naturally suck up pollutants from the air and pump out lots of lovely oxygen. The more plants you have, the more air-purifying power.
Ben, well-known as the weeping fig, is a super popular house plant said to be one of the best air-purifiers. Give him a bit of TLC, and he’ll grow tall and strong. Although he doesn't produce any flowers, his leafy foliage makes him a firm favourite.
Rapunzel, Rapunzel, let down your leaves. Rapunzel the golden pothos has irresistible green-and-yellow heart-shaped locks, which drape beautifully from a bookshelf, fridge or staircase. But pollutants, be warned: if you cross her, you’re done for.
An icon of the house plant world, Effy — our English ivy— is secretly a pollution-busting star. Her lovely white-and-green marbled leaves not only look good, help suck up nasty pollutants from the air. Plus, she’s pretty chilled out, so if you miss the odd watering, she won’t be too miffed.
Fleur the anthurium (a.k.a. the ‘trail flower’ or ‘flamingo flower’) is a magical plant that blooms with lovely red flowers for 300 days a year — adopting her is like buying yourself a bouquet every day. How’s that for self-appreciation?
Our amazing corn plant, Nick, is a real stunner. Take good care of him, and he might reward you by growing small, white flowers. He’s also a great pollutant-zapper, helping to remove all kinds of nasty things from the air.
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Contains one large Corn Plant, one Anthurium, one Ficus Elastica, one English Ivy, one Golden Pothos, and one Weeping Fig. Pots for all plants are also included.