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Indoor Plants Science Facts Studies and Biophilia

Indoor Plants Science Facts Studies and Biophilia

Are you one of the skeptics who doesn’t believe there is any real value in having indoor plants around? Before you dismiss them, why not take a look at some of the facts in science studies behind plants? These may

Horticulture Drives Much Quality of Life

Horticulture Drives Much Quality of Life

Horticulture makes up one of the most profound drivers of the economy, of jobs and quality of life in our world today. In fact, truth be told, it’s a $196 billion contributor to the U.S. economy alone. Don’t believe me?

Our Suggested Indoor Plants That Use Less Water

Our Suggested Indoor Plants That Use Less Water

Although California’s drought has been lifted, it is still somewhat a concern for everyone. Outdoor gardeners have been asked to do their part for a long time, and they are helping by getting rid of their thirsty lawns and other

Living Plants Open Windows on Gracious Indoor Living

Living Plants Open Windows on Gracious Indoor Living

It may sound like a harsh critique, but we live our lives indoors, a lot. It seems to be a fixture of our modern society. Although, while we do, we sure like to bring some of the outdoors in. Why

Including Living Plants With Interior Design

Including Living Plants With Interior Design

The previous blog focused on how plants set the stage and tone for better living, especially living plants. Indoor spaces were touched on as benefiting from that the most, much of the time. In fact, when it comes to wise

People Have Natural Tendencies for Biophilia

People Have Natural Tendencies for Biophilia

People have natural tendencies for biophilia. That may be a new word to many. Although, don’t let it baffle you. It simply means that humans naturally want to connect with other forms of life. It’s just a fact. We do

Improve Indoor Air Quality Using Plants

Improve Indoor Air Quality Using Plants

It’s no secret that Americans spend a lot of their time indoors, but exactly how much? According to the Environmental Protection Agency, it’s  about ninety percent. Really now, ninety percent? Let’s take a look at where we must spend it.