Air Purifying Indoor Plant Chlorophytum or spider plant is easiest to grow houseplant. The spider plant is one of the top most plant approved by NASA for air purification indoors. It battles pollutants such as benzene, formaldehyde, carbon monoxide and xylene. Light: Undemanding. Spider plants prefer bright light. However, they will grow in conditions ranging from semi-shady to partial direct sun. Water: Water liberally through the summer. Money Plant/Pothos are easy to maintain. Considered as wealth and fortune bringerat home or office money plants also act as air purifiers. Place them in the southeast of your home. Scientists recommend keeping one plant near each computer, television, or WiFi router to absorb radiations. Placing a money plant in front of a sharp corner or angle reduces anxiety and stress. They are efficient at removing airborne toxins such as formaldehyde and carbon monoxide. Give the Money Plant/Pothos bright, indirect sunlight. Too much sunlight can burn the foliage and increase variegation. Water: When the soil looks dry at the top its time to water the plant, and give the Money Plant enough water so that the soil becomes wet till the surface but doesn't get water logged. Syngonium is an easy to care for indoor plant. The five lobed shape of Syngonium podophyllum/ Goosefoot leaves represents the five Feng Shui elements; water, fire, earth, wood and metal. Thus it perfectly balances Yin and yang energy and encourages positive chi or energy. It also cleanses the air. Light: Bright light, but no direct sun. Can tolerate low light, but the leaves may lose their variegation. Turn pot regularly for even growth. Water: Keep the potting mix moist in summer, allowing the surface to dry out before watering again. Water less often in winter, letting the top half of the potting mix, dry out. Mist occasionally all the plants.