Collection of the Four Best Clean Air Plants for Your Home in Four Inch Pots
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- Beautiful large plants for your home.
- Home and office: efficiency has been tied to air quality.
- Air quality can be improved says NASA study.Plants are a natural way to clean your air : add oxygen, filter toxins
- Parlor Palm, Golden Pothos, Mother in Laws Tongue, Flowering Peace Lily.
- Toxins can build up in the home and office Plants can filter these and add oxygen.
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Orders cannot be shipped to California. We don’t have certification to do so. Yes, you can grow your own fresh air! Four great fresh air house plants to purify the air in your home or office and are shipped same day as order. Each plant- Pothos, parlor palm, snake plant(mother in laws tongue) and peace lily are in 4 inch shipping pots. Fresh air free from toxins is important in your home and especially at work where efficiency matters - both places can often contain more toxins than outdoor air! Toxin-free air is especially important for pregnant women and babies.
Top Customer Reviews
The instructions on how to care for the plants are very well written and easy to follow. There is even a nice pamphlet for you to keep with details and instructions for each plant.
It's been almost two weeks since I have had these plants and other than the one plant all are doing great and look very nice and healthy. Would definitely recommend.
*****The plants come with only a small amount of dirt so be prepared to plant immediately by having dirt and a new pot ready. Each plant does come with a small packet of plant food. (Walmart has cheap plastic pots for $.97 that are the perfect size for these plants.)****
I will try to remember to give a follow-up in less than two weeks to inform how the plants hold up.
***THREE WEEK FOLLOW-UP***
The plants are healthy and growing. The only problem I had after a week was what looked to be white mold layering soil of the parlor plant. I e-mailed the company and they never heard of this happening before, but recommended that I remove the mulch. After removal, there is a little left, so I used a bit of neem oil which seem to be working.