PLANTS FOR A HEALTHY

ROOM CLIMATE

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Plants clean the air

 

Plants absorb carbon dioxide and give off oxygen – this means they ensure better air quality and a pleasant indoor climate.
Some plants clean the air particularly well. Allow us to introduce you to some plants which have this special ability.

Peace lily (spathiphyllum)

 

The peace lily is one of the best plants at improving air quality. It gets rid of harmful substances from the air such as benzene, formaldehyde, acetone and ammonia.

Recommended site:

Workspaces or bright living spaces / by windows (avoid full sunshine)

Recommended vessel:

Delphi Classic

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Philodendron

 

The philodendron is also known as the tree friend. It reduces the amount of carbon dioxide, formaldehyde and benzene in the air. Just like the peace lily,
it is robust and doesn’t need much light.

Recommended site:

Philodendrons grow best in bright to semi-shaded sites.
Avoid direct sunshine – somewhere away from a window is ideal.

Recommended vessel:

Bergamo

Sansevieria

 

This indoor plant is very resistant and needs little maintenance. It removes benzene, formaldehyde, trichloroethylene, xylene and toluene. In addition to its purifying effect, it also converts CO2 into oxygen even at night.

Recommended site:

Sansevieria doesn’t have any strong preferences in terms of its site or light intensity. It is a water-saving plant and does not need much water to survive.

Recommended vessel:

Latina Stonewall

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Birch fig (ficus benjamina)

 

Birch figs are a well-loved indoor plant for good reason. They filter countless pollutants out of the air, which makes them one of the best plants for ensuring
a pleasant atmosphere indoors.

Recommended site:

The ideal spot for this indoor plant is somewhere well-lit in semi-shade without direct sunlight, and with a temperature between 22 and 26 degrees Celsius.

Recommended vessel:

Miami

Money plant
(epipremnum aureum)

 

The money plant is a robust climbing plant, which is easy to maintain and good at filtering the air. Much like the sansevieria,
it takes benzene, formaldehyde and trichloroethylene out of the atmosphere.

Recommended site:

It grows best in bright sites in semi-shade, but can still survive in darker spots. In offices, it improves the indoor climate when placed near printers or electrical devices in particular.

Recommended vessel:

Delphi (photo) or Bergamo hanging baskets

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Spider plant
(chlorophytum comosum)

 

Spider plants are uncomplicated houseplants, which take harmful substances such as formaldehyde, xylene and toluene out of the air and regulate the humidity.

Recommended site:

It grows best in bright places without direct sunlight.

Recommended vessel:

Bergamo (photo) or Basel Fashion

5 good reasons to have
more plants in our lives

 

  • Plants make you happy
  • Plants clean the air
  • Plants strengthen your immune system
  • Plants are a natural healer
  • Plants ensure a relaxed atmosphere and improve your capacity to learn
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Plants clean the air

 

Plants absorb carbon dioxide and give off oxygen – this means they ensure better air quality and a pleasant indoor climate. Some plants clean the air particularly well. Allow us to introduce you to some plants which have this special ability.

Peace lily (spathiphyllum)

 

The peace lily is one of the best plants at improving air quality. It gets rid of harmful substances from the air such as benzene, formaldehyde, acetone and ammonia.

Recommended site:

Workspaces or bright living spaces / by windows (avoid full sunshine)

Recommended vessel:

Delphi Classic

Philodendron

 

The philodendron is also known as the tree friend. It reduces the amount of carbon dioxide, formaldehyde and benzene in the air. Just like the peace lily, it is robust and doesn’t need much light.

Recommended site:

Philodendrons grow best in bright to semi-shaded sites. Avoid direct sunshine – somewhere away from a window is ideal.

Recommended vessel:

Bergamo

Sansevieria

This indoor plant is very resistant and needs little maintenance. It removes benzene, formaldehyde, trichloroethylene, xylene and toluene. In addition to its purifying effect, it also converts CO2 into oxygen even at night.

Recommended site:

Sansevieria doesn’t have any strong preferences in terms of its site or light intensity. It is a water-saving plant and does not need much water to survive.

Recommended vessel:

Latina Stonewall

Birch fig (ficus benjamina)

Birch figs are a well-loved indoor plant for good reason. They filter countless pollutants out of the air, which makes them one of the best plants for ensuring a pleasant atmosphere indoors.

Recommended site:

The ideal spot for this indoor plant is somewhere well-lit in semi-shade without direct sunlight, and with a temperature between 22 and 26 degrees Celsius.

Recommended vessel:

Miami

Money plant (epipremnum aureum)

The money plant is a robust climbing plant, which is easy to maintain and good at filtering the air. Much like the sansevieria, it takes benzene, formaldehyde and trichloroethylene out of the atmosphere.

Recommended site:

It grows best in bright sites in semi-shade, but can still survive in darker spots. In offices, it improves the indoor climate when placed near printers or electrical devices in particular.

Recommended vessel:

Delphi (photo) or Bergamo hanging baskets

Spider plant (chlorophytum comosum)

Spider plants are uncomplicated houseplants, which take harmful substances such as formaldehyde, xylene and toluene out of the air and regulate the humidity.

Recommended site:

It grows best in bright places without direct sunlight.

Recommended vessel:

Bergamo (photo) or Basel Fashion

5 good reasons to have more plants in our lives

 

  • Plants make you happy
  • Plants clean the air
  • Plants strengthen your immune system
  • Plants are a natural healer
  • Plants ensure a relaxed atmosphere and improve your capacity to learn