Which Plants to Grow in Conservatory, Home, or Office

HouseplantsBeing close to nature has many benefits but many of us cannot reap its benefits in cities due to lack of trees and plants and excessive buildings. Several studies around the world have shown the positive effects of greenery on our well-being. Did you know that houseplants can boost your creativity by up to 45 percent?

Having specific plants around can make you feel less stressful and also improve your efficiency. Are you skeptical about the aforementioned claims? Read on learn how a little bit of greenery at workplace or home can be very beneficial on multiple levels.

Air quality has taken a huge dip due to rapid urbanization across the world, primarily due to industrial and vehicle emissions. If you have some peace lilies (Spathiphyllum) in your conservatory or home, they can purify the air indoors.

You do not have to be worried about the upkeep of the peace lily as it needs very little attention. The plant and its flower is absolutely delightful to look at, and do not even require frequent fertilizing.

Another awesome plant for indoors is the Bougainvillea, provided you have a large conservatory where it can get ample sunlight, and a wall, a wood or bamboo trellis for it to climb. Bougainvillea needs regular upkeep and a lot of space but its magenta flowers light up the conservatory.

The upkeep this plant requires will be completely worth the effort, as looking at it after a stressful day at work would relieve all your tensions in a heartbeat.

If you’re not sure which plant may be best for you, check out the infographic below from ConservatoryBlinds4Less. It’s a helpful tool for anyone who wants to choose from a list of plants that can be grown indoors.

Toby Dean works on behalf of Conservatory Blinds 4 Less in content creation and marketing. He creates engaging graphics and content that help businesses stand out from the crowd. Over the past eight years, he has worked with dozens of SMEs in both an agency and freelance capacity.