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Plenty Of Plants Can Brighten Up Your Space

Plenty Of Plants Can Brighten Up Your Space City life has taken people out of the country and onto the pavement. If you live in an apartment or townhome, you need plants. Whether you have a one-room studio or 3 bedrooms, indoor plants can make a huge difference in the way your apartment looks, and the way you feel. Not only do they bring beauty, they can bring multiple health benefits.

They Keep You Healthy

Indoor plants can improve the air quality in your home, and clean air leads to better health. Studies show that they can remove harmful indoor pollutants such as carbon monoxide, formaldehyde, ammonia, pollen, mold, and more. These toxins can lead to headaches, fatigue, allergies, and sickness. Plants can also reduce stress levels, lower blood pressure, and make people generally happier. They’re

Easy To Care For

Plants have the ability to bring back a little green into your life, and you don’t need a green thumb to take care of them. There are plenty of low-maintenance plants that work perfectly in small apartments, but still look green and gorgeous. As long as you throw some water in their pot on occasion, they’ll keep on going.

• Snake Plant. You can ignore this plant for up to two-weeks.

• Bromeliads. Put them where they can get lots of light.

• Aloe. These plump leaves have a gel that eases burns. Requires minimal watering.

• Philodendron. They look pretty, grow fast, and they don’t need a lot of light.

• ZZ Plant. Can go for long periods without water and loves low lighting.

• Pothos. Comes in a variety of colors; thrives in low lighting and small spaces.

• Cactus. Put it in a sunny spot and let it go.

They Add Color To Your World

Most apartments have a color scheme of white, beige, and tan on the walls, carpets, and cabinets. Plants are they perfect way to add a touch of color and texture to each of your 3 bedrooms, living room, and even kitchen. The varying shades of green are perfectly matched with the neutrals, creating an organic feel to your space.

They make beautiful decorating accents, and you can update them for each season: Poinsettias in the winter, cherry blossoms for the spring, Hibiscus in the summer, and sunflowers in the fall. Plants are the perfect way to bring balance to your current apartment, or your apartment of the future. If you’re looking for a great place to park your plants, we have the place you’re looking for. We offer apartments and townhomes that range in size, whether you need 3 bedrooms or only 1. Contact us today to find the right home for your greenery.