• Hens & Chicks

    There are plenty of good rea­sons why suc­cu­lent plants are fiercely trendy.

    First of all, they offer easy care for any neglect­ful gar­dener or for those of us with super busy lives.

    They are stun­ning in appear­ance and quite unique with end­less pos­si­bil­i­ties of diverse shapes, sizes and color variations.

    With juicy leaves, stems, or roots, suc­cu­lents form a vast group of plants and are some­times also called fat plants. They can stand alone or make for great com­pan­ion plants.

    Exquis­ite color vari­a­tions of suc­cu­lents seem to be end­less: blue-​green, char­treuse, pink, red, yel­low, white, bur­gundy, almost black, var­ie­gated, and more.
  • Mood Swings

    It won’t come as a sur­prise that color has a pro­found effect on mood. With Spring in gear, plan to lift more than a mood by sur­round­ing work and home spaces with bright flow­ers, flow­er­ing plants and pot­ted herbs.

    Plac­ing pots of color in work envi­ron­ments and around the house can seri­ously boost pro­duc­tiv­ity and con­tribute to our men­tal clar­ity through­out the day.

    While there are many high-​tech ways to improve air qual­ity, one refresh­ingly easy method is to bring liv­ing plants into our liv­ing spaces. Bet­ter indoor air qual­ity helps to keep the immune sys­tem strong. Breath­ing fresher air is invig­o­rat­ing and bright­ens up the day.