The pictures are gorgeous, and the charts are very easy to understand, as well as the illustrations.
Readers learn what plants are best for home or office to remove toxins and provide clean and healthy air.
I have purchased so many plants since I read the book and I really love the way they look in my house.
Excellent book. Easy read and well laid out with information. It helped me to plan for indoor plants that have therapeutic value for everyone including pets.Published 1 month ago by Elizabeth J. Foley
My eyes were burning so bad after work each and every day. It would get worse as the week went on too. I bought this book and I was very skeptical. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Jeff Stanley
This book covered the basics, and discussed which plants produce the most oxygen and cleanse the air of pollutants in order of significance. Read morePublished 2 months ago by susan vaughn
Plants are doing a lot of work for us. We are mostly unaware of it. Plants produce the oxygen we breath, bring moisture into the air and also remove poisons. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Tilia Tomentosa
As mentioned, I reference it all the time! It was layed out very well and there wasn't too much info or too little.Published 3 months ago by Zathrak
Got this to be able to get some plants for my asthmatic son to help get some good air in his home. Very informative. I have used it for my home also.Published 3 months ago by Teresa Taegel
I love this book. Easy to read, simple, and useful. Fun to flip through and also good practical advice. For indoor gardeningPublished 3 months ago by Suzie Q.
Looks like pseudo-science from the cover to me, but turns out to be a list of indoor, household plants studied by Nasa to keep the air in an enclosed space fresh. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Mark