If like me, you love plants (they are all over my house) then I am sure I can tempt you into purchasing one from this amazing site called Oxy Plants. Oxy Plants say plants make you feel good, but it also means that you can also help to prevent what Ecologi are saying ‘Our collective homes are in the process of being turned totally upside down which is leading to strife for all life on Earth.’ Grow a forest for Earth Day 2022! Sign up using code EARTHDAY50 to get 50 free trees.
Your plants, plant trees. Making the world a greener place, as well as your home. Oxy-Plants sell everything from indoor/outdoor and living walls for your living room or work. They also sell all you need to go with your plants from pots to pest control.
The living wall above has its self-watering system and easy installation of the LivePicture is the best way to add a living wall to your home. Available in a range of sizes and colours, create a unique green wall in your home.
I love this Ficus Microcarpa Ginseng which provides a fantastic opportunity to grow a bonsai from juvenility. Being a popular bonsai tree with a thick, pot-bellied trunk, similar to the Ginseng root, this plant is destined to grow with a little bit of help and nurture. From £15
This Purple Shamrock, also known as Oxalis Triangularis, is a stunning plant that can be grown both indoors (in a cool room) and outdoors (out of direct sunlight). The purple, triangle leaves of this rare houseplant, make it a unique choice with edible flowers to boot! From £10
If you are new to keeping indoor or outdoor plants, then be guided by what it says on the tag and follow it closely. Oxy-Plants write that caring for houseplants is simpler than most people think it is. The key things to remember are to water every one to two weeks depending on your plants’ needs and keep your leaves free from dust. Cleaning your plants’ leaves helps them maximise the amount of light they receive and turn it into plant food.
You can choose to use plant fertiliser during the growing seasons, spring, and summer. Choosing the right fertiliser for your plant will help ensure it stays in peak condition and adds a boost to its growing prowess. However, a simple indoor fertiliser will cover most houseplants.
Plants can help to clean the air by scrubbing the air clean, adding moisture to dry air and releasing oxygen, the very air we need to breathe. Fact – According to NASA, houseplants remove up to 90 per cent of toxins in the air. You can’t see or smell these pollutants, but they can come from regular household items. The EPA estimates indoor air can be up to 1,000 times dirtier than outdoor air! Indoor pollutants can build up and aggravate asthma, allergies, and other illnesses.