Why More Plants are Better than One
If you’ve got a house full of plants, we’re willing to bet you might think more plants are better than just one. From health benefits to the look and feel of your space, there are many reasons why we think you can never have too many plants.
Houseplants love to be grouped together. Placing plants together will create a microclimate, making it easier for the plant to retain moisture and humidity. More plants mean more air purifying power, too. Plants like the Sansevieria and Cutlass Aglaonema remove harmful toxins from the air, helping you breathe easy.
The easiest way to fill your space with green is to mix and match sizes of plants! Layering larger statement plants with smaller, more compact greenery will up the lush-factor and aid in creating those microclimates we talked about. If you’re looking for the quickest way to transform your space with plants, check out our personalized plant recommendations.
Plants have been proven to help you de-stress and connect you to nature. Adding multiple plants to your space will create an ultra-calming indoor jungle that you’ll love to spend time in. Caring for your plants can calm your nerves, too. Seeing your plant grow and flourish is incredibly rewarding, and we can guarantee that once you’ve mastered the care of one plant, you’ll want to challenge yourself with more.