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See Below More Information on What’s TRENDING?

See Below More Information on What’s TRENDING?

 What’s TRENDING?

 What’s TRENDING?

Winter is a great time to focus your "gardening" attention inside your home (where it’s warmer!) and consciously relook indoor plants.

The term "indoor plants" typically refers to predominantly green, foliage plants. Most are perennial, meaning they’ll last for several years and the diversity and range is extensive. 

Indoor plants vary from small desk or decor plants, to medium sized foliage options typically found on tables, right through to large, free-standing plants.

The purpose of all these plants is primarily to beautify your home. Herewith a few GREAT reasons to add green to your home this winter:

Plants add life and energy to homes, bringing elements of nature inside.

Indoor plants are good for you! They purify the air - removing toxins and generally making you a happier, healthier person

Plants add colour and instantly transform all rooms in the home.

Plants can be moved very easily – allowing flexibility for a quick transformation.

Create your own ‘look’ – there is no fixed ‘right or wrong’ (i.e. Opt for a single stylish pot plant or group three or more plants together).

Our Top 5 Indoor plant trends for winter

Indoor plants for healthier homes - ferns (eg Asplenium nidus), Peace Lilies (Spathiphyllum), Ficus species, Bamboo and Sanseveria have been proven to improve air quality. Add ‘green’ purifiers to all the rooms in your home. 

Plants purify the air by absorbing air particles, while concurrently absorbing carbon dioxide. These particles and carbon dioxide are then converted to, and released by the plants, into the atmosphere as oxygen, through the process of photosynthesis

Spathiphyllum and Monstera deliciosa feature hugely in the ‘botanicals’ trend - popular for reception and living room areas

Choose a flowering pot plant instead of cut-flowers for guest rooms and girls bedrooms (also long-lasting decor). 

Winter favourites include Cyclamen and Azaleas. In summer, some options include Calla-lilies, Anthuriums and Begonia elatior. 

Large palms and specimen plants replace the need for unnecessary furniture and clutter.

Potted herbs are ideal for kitchen windowsills.

Winter is a great time to focus your "gardening" attention inside your home (where it’s warmer!) and consciously relook indoor plants.

The term "indoor plants" typically refers to predominantly green, foliage plants. Most are perennial, meaning they’ll last for several years and the diversity and range is extensive. 

Indoor plants vary from small desk or decor plants, to medium sized foliage options typically found on tables, right through to large, free-standing plants.

The purpose of all these plants is primarily to beautify your home. Herewith a few GREAT reasons to add green to your home this winter:

Plants add life and energy to homes, bringing elements of nature inside.

Indoor plants are good for you! They purify the air - removing toxins and generally making you a happier, healthier person

Plants add colour and instantly transform all rooms in the home.

Plants can be moved very easily – allowing flexibility for a quick transformation.

Create your own ‘look’ – there is no fixed ‘right or wrong’ (i.e. Opt for a single stylish pot plant or group three or more plants together).

Our Top 5 Indoor plant trends for winter

Indoor plants for healthier homes - ferns (eg Asplenium nidus), Peace Lilies (Spathiphyllum), Ficus species, Bamboo and Sanseveria have been proven to improve air quality. Add ‘green’ purifiers to all the rooms in your home. 

Plants purify the air by absorbing air particles, while concurrently absorbing carbon dioxide. These particles and carbon dioxide are then converted to, and released by the plants, into the atmosphere as oxygen, through the process of photosynthesis

Spathiphyllum and Monstera deliciosa feature hugely in the ‘botanicals’ trend - popular for reception and living room areas

Choose a flowering pot plant instead of cut-flowers for guest rooms and girls bedrooms (also long-lasting decor). 

Winter favourites include Cyclamen and Azaleas. In summer, some options include Calla-lilies, Anthuriums and Begonia elatior. 

Large palms and specimen plants replace the need for unnecessary furniture and clutter.

Potted herbs are ideal for kitchen windowsills.