The NASA Guide To The Best Air-Filtering Houseplants

November 22, 2016


Because pollution is everywhere, this is the NASA Guide To Air-Filtering Houseplants. Was it actually made by NASA? I'm not sure. Maybe it was just made by somebody pretending to be NASA. I've pretended to be from NASA to impress people before. Remember: just because somebody has a fire burning under their ass doesn't mean they're going to space. Also, is black mold good to have in your apartment? Because I'm growing tons of that, I don't even have to try it's just everywhere.

Thanks to Julian, who takes all his plant-related queries straight to Poison Ivy.

  • Good to know!

  • Jenness

    This is pretty neat - but they need to talk about the water they consume (precious resource) and light they need (can they be in a dark house or just near a window) to really geek up the eco - info. Not that I care, my house has pets and a kid and my windows are painted shut, it's amazing anyone of us can breathe at all.

  • Guesticle

    peace lilies save lives

  • I have a cactus.

  • Roronoa Zoro

    Do not get lilies if you have a cat. It will die! ...the cat not the plant...just so we're on the same page...

  • Guesticle

    they clean our air AND get rid of vermin?

  • ShartInYourJacuzzi


  • Meh

    It would make a lot more sense if they stopped putting such chemicals in the air instead of selling people so called air-filtering-plants.

  • ShartInYourJacuzzi

    So, NASA pollutes the air and sells houseplants? Quite a racket they have going there.

  • Meh

    I'd say, i bet they have a huge vault where they swim in the the sweet sweet money.

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