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Indoor Plants Books

Book cover for Indoor Green: Living with Plants

Indoor Green: Living with Plants by Bree Claffey

Book cover for The New Plant Parent: Develop Your Green Thumb and Care for Your House-Plant Family

The New Plant Parent: Develop Your Green Thumb and Care for Your House-Plant Family by Darryl Cheng

Book cover for Wild at Home: How to style and care for beautiful plants

Wild at Home: How to style and care for beautiful plants by Hilton Carter

Book cover for Leaf Supply: A Guide to Keeping Happy House Plants

Leaf Supply: A Guide to Keeping Happy House Plants by Lauren Camilleri and Sophia Kaplan

Book cover for Little Book of House Plants and Other Greenery

Little Book of House Plants and Other Greenery by Emma Sibley

Book cover for How to Raise a Plant: and Make it Love You Back

How to Raise a Plant: and Make it Love you Back by Morgan Doane and Erin Harding

Book cover for Green: Plants for Small Spaces, Indoors and Out

Green: Plants for Small Spaces, Indoors and Out by Jason Chongue

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Having plants in your home or office can be a source of pleasure. Indoor gardening relieves stress, boosts creativity, productivity, and focus, and promotes recovery.

There’s some evidence that houseplants may positively influence the air quality in your home as well. Sharing your home or workplace with living, “breathing” plants can make your environment a happier, healthier place to be.

It’s important to know which plants are toxic if you have children or pets in the home. Additionally, if you have asthma or allergies, keep a look out for species that may aggravate your symptoms.

As well as the physical and wellbeing benefits from living with indoor plants, they look beautiful and can add an interesting, and ever changing design element to you home. If you’ve got young children, they might enjoy watching a plant grow and thrive under their care so consider getting them involved in the care of your indoor plants.