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Indoor Plants

Indoor Plants - Having indoor plants is not only beneficial to enhance the overall appearance of your room, but studies show they boost moods, increase creativity, reduce stress and eliminate air pollutants—making for a healthier, happier you. Indeed, spending time looking at greenery can bring many physical and mental health benefits. Therefore, when you feel a bit down you should try to take a walk in the park and see what magic it can do to you.

With all its benefits, it is not surprising that indoor gardening is still enjoying a surge in popularity. Instagram, Pinterest and many other social media platforms are full of green feeds. And this may intrigue you to try to start having indoor plants for your own room. However, you may also feel a bit hesitant to start because you don’t really have a green thumb to make your plats-to-be thrive. Don’t worry, here are some recommendations of indoor plants that you can choose to start your journey to indoor gardening (be ready to get all excited!)


It is one of the most popular choice amongst house plants, thanks mostly to its exotic-looking heart-shaped foliage. It’s not only about its pretty face, though—as it is also super easy to care for! You just need to keep an eye on its light levels and the right amount of watering.


The snake plant is mostly popular by its nickname, "Mother-in-law's tongue." This hardy house plant is a great option for you if you are a newbie to indoor gardening. It doesn’t need much watering and will tolerate neglect easily. Sst! It also has a magic power: it releases oxygen at night, which is said to help you drift off to sleep.


It is native to tropical and subtropical regions of Asia and New Guinea. The plant is mostly known for its nickname, “Chinese Evergreens.” If you love watering your plant, this Chinese evergreens may be the best choice. Unlike many other indoor plants which cannot withstand everyday watering, this Aglaonema begs to differ. It can withstand excess H2O and it comes in a spectrum of colors, including green, pink, white and red.

So, have you decided what indoor plants you want in your room? Start checking out our collection here.
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