Yes! In 1989, NASA published a study of air filtering plants that help produce clean air. Researchers suggest that at least one houseplant for every 100 square feet is ideal. Well known purifying plants include Dracaena, Peace Lilies, and Chrysanthemums, to name just a few. They can eliminate extremely harmful pollutants found in your air such as formaldehyde, benzene, xylene, trichloroethylene, and ammonia. Plus, having a houseplant increases the amount of oxygen that flows throughout your home.