The presence of plants in our lives, whether through gardening or simply having greenery around us, indeed plays a significant role in enhancing our mental well-being.
- Mental Health & Well-Being
From climbing vines to leafy palms, incorporating greenery into office spaces is more than an aesthetic choice.
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Raised garden beds offer an easy-to-manage way to concentrate planting in smaller spaces.
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Sustainable brand, Wave, has used Google trends data to find out what Brits are needing to know about looking after houseplants.
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Plant recognise and respond to human emotions and thoughts.
Exercising outdoors, growing your food and plants and being around animals can have lots of positive effects on your health.
Most experienced gardeners will tell you that to them, gardening is extremely entertaining, relaxing, and rewarding.
Think about it: plants gives us something to nurture, something living that relies on us to survive.
After much deliberation, the pair came up with a simple solution to sell succulents.