Clean the air you breathe with indoor plants from Garden Shop

Modern, classical and traditional indoor containers from countries such as China, Germany, Thailand and Malaysia are now available from Garden Shop throughout the whole year.

Whether your penchant is for terracotta or a glazed finish, square-shaped, round, rectangular or something truly unique, their selection affords you indoor gardening creativity second-to-none: from simple to elaborate, the possibilities are limitless. Their versatility in adding instant colour – whether you choose individual indoor plants, mix-and-match varieties, even succulents, orchids, silk plants and flowers, herbs and carnivorous plants – means you can adapt your interior colourscape as the season changes. And of course they provide bold focal points to add to the design and architecture of your home and outdoor patio and balconies. Foliage and flowering indoor pot plants, grown for their decorative leaves and flowers can last a long time in the home provided that they are properly cared for. The practical uses are vast and varied, bringing a touch of nature into the indoor living environment. Moreover, they are a practical and affordable way of transforming an ordinary home into a rich living oasis where tension and boredom are dispelled. Houseplants improve the quality of air we breathe and this is proved by many studies. In the late ’80s, NASA and the Associated Landscape Contractors of America studied indoor plants as a way to purify the air in space facilities. Indoor plants like Spathyphyllum, flowering Chrysanthemums, Bamboo Palms, Dracaenas and Ficus varieties are available throughout the year and with the correct positioning in your home or office, not only provides interest, but most importantly cleans the air we breathe in.

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Left to Right Top To Bottom: Peace Lily Spathiphyllum
TOP ROW: Left to Right :Peace Lily Spathiphyllum, Butterfly or Moth Orchid – Phalaenopsis, Begonia – Begonia elatior, Dragon Tree – Dracaena fragrans, Peace in the Home – Soleriolia,. MIDDLE ROW: Chrysanthemum, Flamingo Flower – Anthurium, Weeping Fig – Ficus benjamina, Kalanchoe – Calandiva and Bamboo Palm – Chrysalidocarpus lutescens BOTTOM ROW: Love Palm – Chamaedorea elegans, Cyclamen – Cyclamen persicum and Yucca
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