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2. Dracaena Palm








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We have NASA to thank for the popularity of this air-scrubbing plant. The space agency's seminal study of 50 plants that remove pollutants from household air placed dracaena on its top 10 list. Keeping this greenery around can help remove such noxious compounds as formaldehyde, benzene, and CO2 from the air your family breathes.Type your paragraph here.

4. Geranium

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Geranium oil has long been prized for its ability to treat skin woes such as inflammation and acne. But the scent of the potted version can lend a few health benefits, too. A whiff of geranium can help alleviate insomnia, improve mood, and reduce pain.

And now's the perfect time to load up on this popular posey—geraniums are widely available for outdoor annual gardens as well as your indoor pots.Type your paragraph here.

3. Prayer Plant


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1. Lavender

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Want a plant that's worry-free and can ease your parental mind? The nontoxic prayer plant is ideal if you have kids or pets, as you won't be on edge every time your toddler snaps off a leaf or your kitten decides to take a nibble.

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There's real science behind keeping this pretty potted green around: Lavender's fragrance has been shown to ease anxiety and stress.

Chris Lambton, landscaping expert and host of DIY Network's "Lawn and Order" and "Yard Crashers," says lavender essential oil is a tried and true method for boosting health and well-being.

"But the oil is expensive—and the plant isn't, plus lavender survives on very little water," he says.