House plants for health

Plants absorb air-polluting volatile organic compounds (VOCs) such as formaldehyde, benzene and trichloroethylene. These VOCs and other indoor air pollutants (such as ozone) have been linked to numerous acute conditions, including asthma and nausea, as well as chronic diseases such as cancer and respiratory illnesses.

By bringing plants into your home you help remove these pollutants. Studies show Japanese royal ferns, spider plants, Boston ferns, purple waffle plants, English ivy, areca palms, golden pothos, aloe vera, snake plants and peace lilies are some of the best. Plants used in homeopathy such as Lavender will bring soothing scent and calm into your home too.

Use Potrisers to protect your precious indoor surfaces and create height to your displays where needed. Potrisers are the #1 choice of professional gardeners and commercial landscapers. Don’t be fooled by cheap imitations that won’t hold up over time.