The third week of September celebrates National Indoor Plant Week, which celebrates the value of live indoor plants! The benefits plants bring to our lives is often overlooked. Studies have shown that plants help produce cleaner air, reduce stress, aids in noise reduction and even fights fatigue.
Various workspaces, including hospitals, incorporate plants into their existing workplace decor because of these benefits. But you don’t just have to reap these benefits at work, you can bring plants home too! Read More
Indoor vegetable gardens are great for a variety of reasons. They’re perfect for nature lovers who have little yard space for an outdoor garden or for those looking to keep their gardening habit going during the winter months.
As convenient as indoor gardening is, there are tips and suggestions you should follow to ensure that your indoor vegetable garden looks its best and maintains an optimal growing environment for your vegetables.
Our senior horticulturist, Matt Kostelnick, at Ambius answered some of the most frequently asked questions about indoor vegetable gardening. Read more below: Read More
Re-potting plants are sometimes a required activity when caring for plants indoors. If your plants are thriving and are placed in appropriately sized pots, there should be no need to re-pot.
The first thing you should establish is if you really do need to re-pot your indoor plant. Before deciding to re-pot your plant, you will want to consider first other factors that could be affecting the health of your indoor plant, such as watering or sunlight. Possible signs that a houseplant needs to be re-potted include: Read More
The world of comic books has always turned to nature for inspiration. The insect world gave the world the likes of Spider-Man and Ant-Man.
Mammals have inspired superheroes such as Animal Man, the Black Panther and others. However, being plant lovers here at Greener on the Inside, we know that greenery has its own unique set of abilities that would make excellent superhuman abilities.
Fortunately for comic book fans, the creators of a whole host of heroes and villains have often turned to the world of plants to create heroes and villains. Here’s a look at 8 of them. Read More
Fairy gardens are miniature, outdoor, whimsical gardens containing small plants and accessories that one could imagine fairies frequenting.
Especially popular with small children, fairy gardens are great projects for both experienced gardeners or for those who are beginners.
These miniature gardens are also a great way to introduce kids to nature and caring for plants. The possibilities are endless when it comes to creating a fairy garden, but we do have recommendations on which plants would work best.
We asked Senior Horticulturist, Matt Kostelnick, which plants he would recommend for gardeners to use in their fairy garden. We categorized his recommendations based on which season and climate each plant grows best in. Read More