Peace lily: Scientific Name: Spathiphyllum.
Sends up stiff erect stalks that produce beautiful white spathes. Dark green leaves stand erect in the juvenile stage, but start to bend as they mature. Peace lily plant plays a great role in air purifying.
English Ivy:Scientific Name: Hedera Helix.
English ivy is a hardy, evergreen vine; it attaches itself by aerial rootlets to masonry walls and other surfaces. The English ivy plant has glossy, dark green leaves. Vigorous and easy to grow, English ivy can tolerate full sun to shade, though partial shade is recommended in hot climates, and prefers fertile soil with good drainage. It’s one of the plants which are playing a great role in air purifying.
Boston Fern:Scientific Name: Nephrolepis exaltata
A common plant for containers and hanging baskets, Boston fern is easy to grow and tolerant for summer warmth and humidity. The plant has dense, arching, lance-shaped fronds of medium green. Like most ferns, Boston fern grows best in full to partial shade and organic-rich soil with regular moisture.
Anthurium:Scientific Name: Anthurium Andraeanum
It plays a role in purifying the air.