Around the House: Planting

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Fiddle leaf figs, pothos, snake plant or succulent: Whatever your green thumb prefers, there’s no question that a houseplant adds a lively touch to interior style. Check out these ideas for working houseplants into your own home decor.

Some of our favorite locations for plants include:

ENTRY WAY- Snake Plants, tall upright succulent, the most tolerant and easy to care for. A bit more modern in style

KITCHEN- Aloe vera plant. One of the most difficult plants to kill. A beautiful and distinctive-looking plant filled with vitamins and minerals that are great for your skin, having a potted aloe vera is like having 24/7 access to a pharmacy.

Sun Room- Fiddle Leaf Fig- Large bold leaf, tall upright plant excellent for filling space. Tall and sculptural but not bushy. Love bright filtered light, warm and a bit humid.

Family Room- Large paddle shaped leaves that resemble a banana plant. Leaves can be over 3’ long. Adds volume . Keep near a window because they love bright light.

Master Bedroom- Lavender plant for its soothing qualities. Peace Lilly- Top plant for improving air quality and a better nights rest. The Peace Lily is a beautiful plant and one that can improve your indoor air quality by as much as 60 percent. It helps to reduce the levels of mold spores that grow in the home by absorbing those spores through its leaves and them circulating them to the plant’s roots where they are used as food. In bathrooms, the Peace Lily can help to keep shower tiles and curtains free from mildew and the plant can absorb harmful vapors from alcohol and acetone.

Bathroom- Lucky Bamboo requires very little light. So if you don’t have a window in your bathroom, you can still bring in life. Considered to be lucky. these plants are bound to bring positivity and prosperity to your life

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