Indoor Gardens


When first cultivated indoors, houseplants were as costly and rare as gold. Anyone can attest to the aesthetic value of an indoor garden as it transforms a stale room into a vibrant living space. Psychologically, exposure to a garden has been shown to reduce stress, lower blood pressure, promote healing and reduce depression.  Physically, indoor gardens clean the air and increase oxygen supply, improving the health of your indoor environment. Plants move air around; absorbing carbon dioxide, dust and particulate matter and releasing oxygen and water vapor into the space. In today’s world of congested urban air, high pollen counts and unpredictable weather patterns, having a consistently healthy indoor environment offers our body and our spirit a stable place to rest. Indoor gardens are accessible to everyone. In your apartment, your office, your restaurant or school building, they are a morale-boosting and aesthetically pleasing addition to your space.