"John" <johnstmail at nospammingyahoo.com> wrote in message news:<NcPM8.89971$%J4.2096396 at twister.tampabay.rr.com>...
> Hello... I have a question about plants. I live in FL in a condo by the
> beach and it is pretty smelly around here. I usually keep the doors/windows
> closed and the A/C on during the summer. And so, it can smell and feel
> kinda stuffy in here. I was wondering if I had a plant in my house, would
> that make it seem less stuffy? Sorry... Its kinda hard to describe. Is a
> plant like a air filter? lol... what is a nice indoor oxygen producing plant
> that is kinda small and easy to care for? Sun is a plenty around here if
> need be. Thanks for all your help and sorry if this is a stupid question.
> I don't know very much about plants and gardening. My friends mom just said
> that it smelled kinda stuffy in here and it would be nice to have some real
> plants in this place.
Yes,plants will clean the air in your home.I can't rember all of the
ones that are the most efficient oxygenators,but I do recall that
Spider Plants(Chlorophytum comosum)are one of the best for the
job.They are available at most tropical plant stores,inexpensive,and
easy to grow indoors.