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Houseplants for a Healthier Home

Studies show that plants can…

Increase o2

Most plants release oxygen throughout the day, but some varieties, like orchids and Gerbera daisies, release oxygen at night, too.

They might help you sleep better.

Improve air quality

Plants help remove toxins that can cause headaches, nausea and certain respiratory issues.

Increase productivity

Children are more attentive in classrooms and people are more productive in computer tasks with plants in the room. 

Decrease dryness

Place several plants together to add moisture and humidity to your home.

Reduce stress and fatigue

Plants can help us unwind and relax.

Remember, plants are not just for the home – put them to work in your office, too.