When you keep oxyplant at your home or office, you’re not just adding greenery. These living organisms interact with your body, mind and enhance the quality of your life.
Oxyplant need you as well as you need oxyplant. Plants absorb carbon dioxide and release oxygen. You take in oxygen and release carbon dioxide. This opposite pattern of gas use makes plants and people natural partners.
Plants release roughly 97 percent of the water they take in. As part of the photosynthetic and respiratory processes, plants release moisture vapor, which increases humidity of the air. Studies at the Agricultural University of Norway document that using plants in interior spaces decreases the incidence of dry skin, colds, sore throats and dry coughs.
The Dutch Product Board for Horticulture commissioned a workplace study that discovered that adding plants to office settings decreases fatigue, colds, headaches, coughs, sore throats and flu-like symptoms.
To purify air, use 15 to 18 plants in 5- to 8-inch diameter pots for an 1,800-square-foot house. That’s roughly one larger plant every 100 square feet. Achieve similar results with two smaller plants (3- to 5-inch pots).
Remember that for the best success with any houseplant, you need to match the right plant to the right growing conditions. Contact us for more details. We are eager to assist you.