Dracaena Deremensis- Janet Craig
Dracaena deremensis Janet Craig, also known as corn plant, has the ability to filter toxins from the air, including benzene, formaldehyde, xylene, toluene, and so on.
The deep green leaves grow from the soil when Janet Craig is young. When it becomes mature, Janet Craig has a cane up to 10 feet tall. Though it and its leaves are similar to Dracaena marginata, they are much thicker and lusher. As its leaves are shiny, you should remove dust with a damp cloth.
Unlike other plants, Janet Craig may have clustery flowers on the long stalk, and they give out an aromatic smell. Make sure Janet Craig is dry when you water it, and keep the pot in a dry saucer. If the leaves turn brown, it likely needs watering. Set it in a bright area, but not direct light. It needs a liquid fertilizer monthly in warm seasons.