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Why People Are More Interested in Growing Indoor Plants

  1. Plants like rose, daisy, or lily are low maintenance and can help soothe your nerves. These are known to be stress busters.
  2. Indoor plants like feverfew, Philodendron, and croton can facilitate pain relief and keep the headaches at bay.
  3. The Eucalyptus and the Areca Palm absorb pollutants and balance humidity content, thus providing oxygen and minimizing upper respiratory tract diseases.
  4. The pandemic has pushed people to stay indoors, and the air indoors is usually tainted with airborne mold and pollutants. For example, Indoor Plants like Devil’s Ivy, Boston’s fern, and Peace Lily are known to promote a pollutant-free space with improved oxygen levels and air quality.
  5. Gardenia and snake plants improve room temperature and thus, can enhance sleep quality. Plants in your living space are therapeutic and give you a surge of positive energy. They help in lowering blood pressure, boosting your mood, and alleviating anxiety and loneliness.

How to Grow Low Maintenance Indoor Plants?

  1. Give each plant its functional place, with appropriate light, shade, moisture, and care, according to its needs.
  2. Choosing the right low-maintenance plant according to your needs — whether it is to beautify your home, eradicate indoor pollution, remove toxins, provide kitchen herbs, or provide fresh air and oxygen.
  3. Choose soil carefully and check the roots of plants. You can put some pebbles at the bottom of your plant before adding soil.
  4. All plants do not need watering. Go through the recommendations and growing guide carefully.
  5. Find an ideal way to continue your indoor garden at home, even after the lockdown, and spend more time with the plants.

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