There are a number of benefits to having plants around your apartment or house.
Here’s our guide to the plants that make the best gifts.
In an article published on The Conversation, Danica-Lea Larcombe, PhD Candidate in Biodiversity and Human Health, Edith Cowan University says, "Peace Lily will reduce many toxins such as benzene, ammonia, acetone and ethyl and will prevent toxins from spreading between rooms in the apartment."
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"If placed in the laundry these plants remove formaldehyde and benzene from the air, which are in common household detergents."
Shopping for a forgetful person? A snake plant, cactus or rubber plant are all good options as they don't require a lot of water.
You'll be amazed at the range of aromas Scented Geranium's offer. In addition, Arabian Jasmine flowers almost all year long if it gets enough light.
NASA scientists believe they have discovered a simple way to put an end to snoring: a pineapple plant.
According to multiple news reports, NASA claims “pineapple plants produce oxygen and boost air quality at night which could improve sleep quality and cut out those snores.”
Whether you follow feng shui principles or not, three stalks of lucky bamboo may very well enhance your happiness, especially when you discover they require little maintenance.