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  1. Summerman, gardener and gardener (anonymous)

    We bought an apartment in a new building, we are slowly settling in, we like everything, but there is one thing: it always seems to me that the house smells of some kind of artificial material. I'll ventilate - everything is fine. But if you don’t open the windows for more than a day, some subtle smell appears again. It seems to me that its source is building materials.
    I am a big fan of growing herbs on the windowsill in winter. Can I do this if our air is like this? What if the leaves absorb these impurities from the air, and the plants turn from useful to harmful?

    I heard that there are indoor plants that purify the air in the house. Maybe plant them instead of greens for now? But what kind of plants are these? Which ones are the easiest to care for?

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