If you’ve been feeling a little overwhelmed lately, and sitting still is somewhere on your to-do list between meditating and tropical vacation, then here’s a little trick to help ease some of that tension: indoor plants. Feeling Stressed? Try These Indoor Plants!
The golden pothos makes the NASA list for its ability to clear formaldehyde from the air. Try adding it to your kitchen or living room as a hanging plant, as the leaves will grow down in cascading vines.
They grow easily in cool temperatures will low levels of sunlight.
Going Japandi in your decor relies on the discerning use of indoor plants. Having a seamless blurring of the indoor and outdoor spaces is intrinsic to this design movement and it’s critical to bring green indoors through carefully curated plant life. The quality of the individual plant is key, not the quantity of greenlife.
Japandi is all about decorating with a refined sensibility and bold simplicity. Make sure the pot is made from natural, organic material.
This cute bonsai-like tree plant is a perfect addition to your desk. Despite it not being true to its name, we like to think this little guy brings us other forms of wealth, of the more healthy, air-purifying, day brightening type.
It’s also the easiest to maintain, you only have to water it once a week if not less. And that, is priceless.
The heart-shaped philodendron is a popular plant choice for indoor areas, as they’re easy to care for and can grow decorative vines. Like the English ivy, they are particularly good at absorbing hylene.
They can also last for many years when properly cared for. Grow with moderate water and some sunlight and they’ll be fine.