Indoor plants undoubtedly change your life. They are good for the soul, purify the air, and make your space much more pleasant. Houseplants can also be a stress-free hobby; trust us being a plant parent can be very exciting!

Here you’ll find 5+1 reasons why plant delivery in New York will change your life. We have curated an array of interesting plant collections perfectly pitched to live in the big city. In addition, we provide plant varieties including those suitable to plant novices, office plants, those suffering from minimal light conditions, and those decorating small spaces. Enjoy!

Indoor plants make you feel better

Houseplants can transform your space into a green oasis and some good om your health. You must be wondering how so. Plants basically do the opposite of what we do when we breathe: release oxygen and absorb carbon dioxide. This freshens up the air but also eliminates harmful toxins. NASA research reveals that indoor plants can remove up to 87% of air toxins in just 24 hours. 

When we get in touch with nature, we reduce mental fatigue and stress levels, while increasing relaxation, self-esteem, and productivity. Plants at work, especially on your desk, will help regulate humidity and increase levels of positivity and benefit your everyday mood. In a few words, the succulent trend is healthy.

Create your sanctuary

An indoor sanctuary can be your haven from the world, and for many people, it is a vital part of their everyday life. Whether you live in a small apartment, a large house, or you spend most of your day at the office, by bringing certain plants into your space, you’ll notice improvements to your happiness and daily mood. 

To create your perfect green refuge, it’s worthwhile doing research for what plant is suited best for your space. Here are a few things to take into consideration:

Choose the right plant

Plants are an inexpensive way to spice up even the most boring rooms and style up your living or working space. As mentioned previously, plants release oxygen during the day. However, at night photosynthesis stops and most plants release carbon dioxide. There are plants, such as orchids, succulents,  that do the opposite which makes them perfect plants for the bedroom.

Choose the right spot

Most indoor plants don’t like the direct midday sun, so please be aware of your plant’s needs before purchasing it. Make the effort to choose the right houseplants that will thrive on the spot you will place it and the amount of light it can provide. There are many warning signs to know when your plant isn’t happy, such as leaf burn, spotting, or sudden leaf-fall. Most plants can be easily rescued, so don’t panic! 

Some plants like it hot others like it humid and others like the shadow. Knowing what plants are best for what room is crucial when it comes to styling. Plants that like humidity will adore your bathroom and the shower moisture while plants that like high temperatures will love a sunroom or a super hot room. We can help to pick the right plant for your space, just take a look here.

Know your plant

All plants need the same things as humans to survive. Food, water, sunlight, and love. The difference is that plants require different amounts of each.

Make sure you’ve chosen the right plant for the room and the spot you will place it. The amount of sunlight is crucial for its wellbeing and its future needs.

Most plants prefer having their roots consistently moist, but not wet. Some prefer to dry out a bit between waterings. We recommend avoid watering on a schedule, but instead, test the soil with your finger to know when your plant is thirsty.

Indoor plants need regular fertilizing to maintain healthy growth. Make sure to feed them yearly and keep in mind the common rule that houseplants are usually fertilized between January and September and then rest.

Notice their leaves and their branches regularly to prevent pest problems and remove dried leaves. If you have any questions or need help don’t hesitate to contact our team.

3+1 plant ideas for your space

1. Swiss Cheese Plant

The Swiss cheese plant gets its name from its large, heart-shaped leaves, which as it ages, get covered with holes that resemble Swiss cheese. It is native to the jungles of Central and South America and grows under the coverage of trees so it is best to be placed in indirect sunlight.

2. Aglaonema

Aglaonema is one of the most popular houseplants and makes excellent foliage plants. They have large, narrow leaves. It does not like full sun and it likes to be moisture without too much watering. Make sure to keep them away from the cold parts of the house as they prefer heat.

Peace Lily

Peace Lily is an adaptable and low-maintenance houseplant. It prefers light partial shade and some have been known to thrive in rooms with no windows at all. Water at least once a week and keep the soil moist.

4. Staghorn Fern

Staghorn fern is known for its out-of-this-world appearance. The plants have two types of leaves, one of which resembles the horns of a large herbivore. Staghorn Fern does best in partial shade and bright, indirect light. It requires frequent watering, but allow the plant medium to dry out in between.

Why choose plant delivery in New York

Most people don’t have the time to go to the nursery and choose their plant. Or if they do they get overwhelmed by the choices and they can’t choose what’s right for their space. Or with the current covid-19 crisis they prefer to avoid places with people. This why introduced the new service of plant delivery in New York. We help you choose the right indoor plant for your space, ship it to your door, and provide easy care instructions.

Indoor plants can make the perfect gift for your loved ones; one that can last for years.

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