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Plantaero Brochure contains our list of "life saver plants". These are indoor plants that increase productivity due to maintenace of a healthy oxygen in the blood

Plantaero Brochure contains our list of "life saver plants". These are indoor plants that increase productivity due to maintenace of a healthy oxygen in the blood

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  • INTRODUCING PLANTAERO Household plants for cleaner fresher air MISSION: To provide homes andoffices with best healthy interior plants. VISION :To improve the quality of air in homes and offices, by providing houseplants for cleaner fresher air We sell and supply indoor houseplants for all purposes: Be it in your Bedroom,Kitchen, Living Room, Study area, Bathroom, Office,Reception Area,Work Station, Lobby, School, Hospital,Retail Store,Factories,Municipal Building e.t.c We help improve your indoor air quality with our household plants
  • ABOUTPlantaero is a business in the sales and supply of household plants with health benefits. Ourhousehold plants are plants that keep the indoor air clean and pollution free by absorbingexcess carbon di oxide and many other pollutants in homes and offices, therebycontributing to a balance internal humidity.In homes and offices, various toxins are present in the air and this often makes the air inthese places stale and dry. The effect is a syndrome called “Sick Building” which is an acuteincidence of indoor air pollution that can occur in closed or poorly ventilated offices andresidences. Exposure to these kinds of offices and residences results in multiple symptoms ofsickness exhibited by the inhabitants who try to use them, hence the term Sick Building. However,the good news is that some plants are capable of ridding the air of pollutants and toxins,counteracting out gassing and contributing to balanced internal humidity. These are theplants we offer. WITH EVERY PURCHASE/SUPPLY WE GIVE YOU MAINTENANCE KITS FOR FREE
  • The Areca can be counted on to keep your home or office moist during dry times and continuously remove chemical toxins from the air. Though the plant grows slowly and needs year-round care, it can be kept anywhere in the house, especially next to newly varnished furniture or in carpeted areas. This plant removes xylene and toluene from the air, but also happens to convert a lot of CO2 (carbon dioxide) to O2 (oxygen) during the daytime. They need to have dust and grime wiped off of their leaves once a week, or as often as daily if you live in a city with very bad air quality. ARECA PALM (Chrysalidocarpus lutescens) For sales/supply, call/text:08034573432/08024962397 or place order at www.plantaero.com.ng
  • Rubber plants excel at removing chemical toxins (especially formaldehyde) from indoor air, requiring less light than many other plants and outperforming all other ficuses. It receives high marks in all categories and is an excellent overall houseplant. Of the ficus plants tested to date, the rubber plant is the best for removing chemical toxins from the indoor Rubber plant environment. This plant can be kept (Ficus robusta.) best in semi-sun to semi-shade. Aloe is a popular plant because of its many medical properties/health benefits. Aloe vera also has air purifying properties; filtering various gas emissions from dangerously claim materials. House plants benefit our indoor spaces not only by converting carbon dioxide to oxygen but also by absorbing manyAloe vera (Aloe barbadensis) pollutants
  • Spatiphyllum (Peace Lilly) is an indoor houseplant that helps in the remover of benzene (Carcinogen) and formaldehyde. Peace Lilly is a great pollution fighter and air purifier. It is also easy to maintain spatiphyllum. peace lilly (Spathiphyllum sp.) The Ficus alli is a magnificent large plant, its ability to help purify the air, ease of growth and resistance to insects make it an excellent choice for the home or office. This plant can be kept best in full sun and semi-sun.Ficus alli is a fine addition to any home or office where clean air is lackingThe ficus alii ( Ficus macleilandii)
  • Dracaena Marginata Dracaena sp.Draceana are popular house plants that need littleattention, They help remove benzene, formaldehyde,xylene and toluene from the air. They cannot toleratedirect sunlight but they do well in fairly indirectly litareas. They are more susceptible to becoming damagedfrom over watering than infrequent watering. Today, we can see the effect of global warming and pollution on human health as well as on plants. Why not visit Plantaero today and decorate your house with some life-saver plants?
  • The Date palm tree (Phoenix roebelinii) is a very effective and elegant-looking way to both liven up the look of a room and lower the concentration of chemical toxins floating around in the air.The palm usually reaches a maximum height of 5 to 6 ½ ft. However, it is a very slow grower. When its environmental needs are met, the date palm can survive for decades. It is one of the best palms for removing indoor air pollutants and is especially effective for theDate palm tree ( Phoenix roebelinii) removal of xylene. This plant can be kept best in semi-sun. Boston Fern (Nephrolepis exalta.) The Boston Fern is an exotic plant that has gracefully arching fronds and frilly leaves, the Boston fern also acts as a natural humidifier. Boston ferns grow better in filtered sunlight and in humid conditions. By releasing moisture into the air, they remove nasty air pollutants such as benzene, formaldehyde and xylene, and provide clean air inside the home. It must have frequent misting and watering or the leaves will quickly turn brown and begin to drop.
  • o Chrysanthemums can remove benzene molecules present in the air due to plastics, detergents, tobacco smoke or synthetic materials used in the home. In addition, the flowering plant helps purify the air of trichloroethylene. The major benefit of adding oxygen producing plants to your living room and work space is an increase of productivity due to Pot Mums the maintenance of healthy (Chrysanthemum sp.) oxygen levels in the blood. Fast growing houseplant with good all round air cleaning properties and particularly effective in humidifying air conditioned interiors. They are easy to grow and with proper care, leaves of up to 45cm (18") across can be achieved! The ratio of oxygen to other molecules in the Earths atmosphere has been dropping over several decades. The majority of this problem is due to air pollution increasing and less to the fact that the forests andSwiss cheese ( Monstera jungles of the world are being reduced by delicosa) clear cutting .Areas of higher pollution, such as cities, have a lower percentage of oxygen in the air
  • The spider plant is great at removing poisonous gases as well as other impurities like formaldehyde and xylene. For better effect, it should be kept in the kitchen or near the fireplace as these are the places where carbon monooxide accumulates a lot. Spider Plants (Chlorophytum comosum) The snake plant is unique for its ability to convert a lot of CO2 (carbon dioxide) to O2 (oxygen) at night, making it ideal to have several in your bedroom. 6-8 waist high plants are needed per person to survive if there is no air flow (meaning you could live in a completely air sealed room if you had these plants and the Areca Palms present). The snake plant also removes formaldehyde from the air Plantaero offers plants that remove airborne toxinsMother-in-Law’s Tongue (Sansevieria commonly found in new homes, offices, and/or sick- Laurentii) buildings. Toxins may include formaldehyde, benzene, and trichloroethylene. Contact us today at 249/250 Ikorodu Road, Anthony Lagos. Tel: 08024962397/08034962397 Email: plantaero@hotmail.com www.plantaero.com.ng