Published at Monday, January 15th, 2018 - 13:40:14 PM. Garden. By Bernardine Regine.
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The ability of plants to make us feel good appears instinctive. We surround ourselves with plants during weddings and other celebrations as well as in sorrowful times like funerals. We set aside green spaces for parks and community gardens. Numerous studies have shown that people who grow houseplants are more satisfied with life than those who don't. Plants cause the brain to produce more serotonin which boosts mood. Houseplants improve concentration, memory, reaction time, and creativity. Experimental studies have shown that cognitive performance improves in offices with plants and that merely seeing the plants boosts creativity.
You can also display air plants in hanging pots or glass bulbs to give your home the feeling of an indoor conservatory. If you're low on counter space, suspend a piece of twine or hemp from the ceiling and attach a clear, open glass bulb (or even a simple disc saucer) to it so that an air plant can be held aloft in it and still receive sunlight. If you don’t shade your windows, air plants can also be beautiful things to suspend from a curtain rod above the kitchen sink.
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