Air pollution has become a global problem that affects the health of millions of people every year. Among the air pollutants, heavy metals are particularly infamous as they tend to bioaccumulate, can be toxic to human health even at low concentrations, and that even those that are necessary for living things as nutrients can be harmful at high concentrations. Boron (B), a microelement, is both extremely dangerous and important for human health, as it can cause toxic effects when used more or less. As with other heavy metals, the ingestion of B through the respiratory tract is extremely harmful to health. It is very important to monitor the change of B concentration in the air and reduce the pollution level. In order to contribute to the studies in this field, the change of B concentrations in some indoor plants grown in controlled, smoking and traffic environments was determined within the scope of this study. The results of the study showed that camel sole, diphenbahya, drasena, chiefera and yukka species are quite suitable for monitoring the change of B concentrations in the air. It has been determined that the most suitable species that can be used to reduce B pollution in the air are rubber and spatiphyllium.