The vision of paradise is most often associated with a garden dotted with verdant plants and trees, traversed by a magnificent light under a beautiful spring sunset! What if it were possible to create this Eden yourself by transforming your home into a resplendent inner jungle ?
Why make your home a little green paradise?Unless you are a gardener who seeks to protect seeds and small tender plants from animals or birds that might eat them, the company of magnificent plants, such as the banana tree , the alocasia and the Monstera deliciosa , can provide you with a feeling of deep well-being both by their beauty and by the wonder they arouse. Nothing is more welcoming than a beautiful plant hanging at your entrance. Most houseplants require little attention; they don't need a lot of watering and fertilizing like your garden plants do. They can be placed in decorative containers to create a beautiful landscape around your home.
Placing potted plants in different corners of the room in your home can also add to the fresh and pleasant ambiance of the place. Now you can fill any awkward space and turn it into a mini green paradise!
Also, indoor plants make the best natural air purifiers. They have the ability to purify the air of toxic chemicals such as formaldehyde and benzene, which are commonly found in paint, cigarettes, vinyl and solvents. Plants can also increase the humidity in the air by releasing water in the form of water vapor, which can protect us against respiratory problems, dry coughs and sore throats.
How to choose your plants to create your little inner paradise?While it is refreshing to be surrounded by green, healthy plants, it is equally depressing to be surrounded by unhealthy plants. So, even if you love aloes and other succulents, if you don't get six hours of sunlight in your apartment, they won't do well. Choose plants that will adapt and thrive in the available light and won't take up too much space. You can choose, for example, plants like alocasia that range in size from two feet tall and two feet wide to 15 feet tall and eight feet wide and grow very quickly under the right conditions. However, if you have children or pets, you may want to avoid these plants as their leaves are poisonous to humans and animals. Other plants such as banana and Monstera deliciosa can be very good alternatives because of their beauty and their ease in adapting to their new indoor environment.
It's been very trendy for quite some time to make your house a real green space. You too can create your own indoor jungle that will transform your apartment into a lush and rejuvenating place.
Find the plant size that suits you best by going to www.dailyflowers.be/collections/nos-plantes