If you’re a nature lover, the last thing you want to hear is probably, “Plants are so cool; they produce oxygen”. This article’s not about photosynthesis. It is about other benefits, like the power of bringing heaven to your home through their innate elegance.
Many individuals have problems with their indoor gardens. Do your house plants begin to look mournful when you’re gone for too long? Does dead greenery drive you insane? Or does trimming and watering bring you peace and fulfillment? Plants may be used for different purposes, from pure fun to dividing different parts of your home, offering a wow factor or focal point to a huge space, or providing privacy screens.
This article can make you see indoor gardens differently if you have a relationship with nature, forests, and so on.
Do you feel like you only love your plants during winter?
It’s normal to feel like your herbs are amazing, pure things and that you want to live rent-free in your home forever when the weather gets bad. Similarly, it’s fine to feel like they’re an overwhelming burden in the summer. You appreciate what you lose more than you did when you had it. Therefore, you want to see green in your house more when the surroundings lack this color, when leaves fall or when mountains of snow cover the trees and streets.
Whether you live in the North Pennines or Vancouver, regardless of the budget you have, you can get low-maintenance plants to bring you joy in depressing times of wine and cold. Just don’t forget that your moods shouldn’t affect the plants you adore and that embellish your home; instead, allow them to brighten up your days and rooms.
Are you really offering your plants the home they need?
If you’re reading this article, you most likely own a plant. However, do you do anything in your power for it to thrive? Did you search for its planter enough or jump on the first one at the garden center?
Don’t let your plants sit in places they don’t like and then expect them to flourish with splendor. Instead, buy them the best planters. Assuming you buy from a reputed company, you can have qualitative, durable flower recipients that match the design of your home. A good provider should have variety and offer more than a white or black planter or pot.
How do you feel when you access elho and see images of flowers and recipients ranging from green to purple? If it’s hard to make up your mind on your favorite plant from there, it’s fine. You can, basically, have them all – you just need to decide how committed you will be to the maintenance of your greenery and what you want to have (don’t forget you can also grow fruits and vegetables in the right planters).
Do you feel spiritually connected with plants?
There’s so much information on the internet about creating spiritual connections with pets, animals, etc. But how much info is there on how to bond with greenery? And how many people wonder from time to time, “Am I taking complete advantage of the marvel that herbs are?”
Plants are skilled alchemists. They incarnate with the capacity to convert light into nourishment. Because this is a talent that only the most sophisticated people can master, the ease with which all plants perform should earn anyone’s admiration.
They’re excellent instructors of tenacity, commitment, and resilience since they spend their whole lives planted in one location. Plants are also adept at meditating, and because they’re rooted in one place and spend their lives being committed, they can also give essential lessons on devotion.
Plants absorb and transform into the energies surrounding them due to their outstanding level of concentrated observation and deep sensitivity to their surroundings. As a result, plants serve as excellent “energetic smoke alarms.” Simply put, they diagnose the energy field in which they are placed, so if your potted plants seem “wrong” to you, it might be because they are projecting your own energy back at you or because there are hostile or stagnant energies in your home. Here’s a tip! If you enter into the home of someone else and notice that their plants are bright and healthy, it’s a positive sign!
Did the plants you bought from IKEA die?
You’re probably also tired of hearing, “Too much water. Not enough sunshine. The soil’s not good. They need bigger planters.”
Proper care for plants is no child’s play, and their needs are difficult to decipher. However, you can find pretty much any information you need regarding any plant, compared to the previous generation, which had to experience gardening in order to gain knowledge about it.
Don’t worry if every plant you’ve ever bought or received dies. You can still own greenery; all you need are indestructible plants that will flourish no matter how you take care of them:
- Anthuriums. The heart-shaped flowers of anthuriums seem to live forever with little effort. They thrive in indirect bright light and dislike constantly damp soil, so you can water it only when it appears dry, about once a week.
- Money tree. Similarly, these trees thrive in full and partial sunlight and don’t need constantly moist soil, asking for water once a week.
- Air plants. These are visually appealing, do not require soil to flourish, and are relatively easy to keep alive by soaking them for two-to-two weeks.
- Bamboo. They’re perfect for indoors and in offices because they require little light and water replacement once in a while.
- Peace Lily. These plants are lush, add fresh energy and are impossible to kill because they droop when thirsty.
- Pothos. Plants that aren’t picky about where they’re placed? Hell, yeah! Dry soil, wet soil…whatever works for Pothos plants.
Get to know your plants and make new friends afterwards.
Through friends, we mean more plants. You can begin talking to other greenery before you get accustomed to the ones you already own. If you’d like to have more plants, buying one or two until you learn how to care for plants is a good starting point.
Don’t forget that you make a commitment, and for the gardening experience to be fruitful, you need to be consistent and eager to learn more.
At the end of the day, the gardening experience is about planters, soil, love, and healthy surrounding energies in the home.