In these modern gardening times there is quite literally a device for every gardening function imaginable. With such a range available, it’s no wonder collecting gardening tools can border on addiction. The same could be said for the indoor garden, the only difference is you won't need to install a tool shed to house all those addictive tools, a small basket should do the job.
he move to city-living has given us great benefits, but at some costs to our health and wellbeing. Urban air pollution is a growing health concern, as is indoor air quality. Since we are indoors 90% of the time, we are constantly breathing contaminated air, which is generally more polluted inside than outdoors. The journey for good health has thus, unavoidably added the pursuit for a healthy built environment, and especially a healthy ‘indoor living environment’. However, relatively few know of the role Plants can play inimprovements to people’s lives both outside and inside the home.
For city-dwellers who spend most of their day's indoors we are faced with constantly having to deal with toxins and we are not immune to the effects. Toxic compounds found in furnishings, upholstery, building materials and cleaning products contribute to making our air quality less then pleasant, and yes, we and our families are breathing these all in. But don’t panic as our green friend’s "plants" are perfect for helping us with this problem.