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Why You Need Plants in Your Home

Why You Need Plants in Your Home

Nature To The Rescue

Here’s the dirt…plants make your life better. They reduce stress, boost productivity and absorb toxins in the air. What could be better? Not only that, it has been proven that they actually make you happier. 

The air purifying effects of plants are well documented. Their natural processes remove air pollutants such as airborne mould and toxin emissions like benzene, trichloroethylene, formaldehyde, xylene and toluene. These live in the air in your home, especially if you live somewhere that has sealed windows for energy cost preservation.  

Your computer, the paint on your walls, the plastics in your home all break down over time and release particles into the air we breathe. Plants can absorb these toxins and break them down into by-products that they use as food in their soil. How magical is that?!

And the benefits of having living plants in your home don’t stop there. We all know that walking in the park somehow always feels restorative. This is because being around nature naturally reduces our stress, increases productivity and even boosts self esteem (thankfully in the UK, Boris Johnson announced that despite the quarantine, people were allowed to go for walks in the park).

Thanks to the wonders of the internet, you can get a plethora of amazing plants delivered to your door today. Get some from the following top foliage dealers:

Patch Plants

Crocus

Bakker

Indoor Plants

Thompson  Morgan


Grow your own botanicals for your next G&T

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