House plants offer a wide variety of advantages for your home. They provide us with beautiful flowers and a different habitat and give us a calming effect with their lovely scent. If you’re still thinking about adding plants to your house or are just beginning to renovate your old home, consider buying air plants instead. These little creatures create wonderful visual and relaxing effects, without polluting the air.
House plants require clean air to survive, and therefore, they breathe through a hole in their leaves, called the stomata. This is where air is breathed out. If the air in your home is too dirty, this leaves holes in the leaf structure of the plant, which causes it to die.
Air plants breathe through holes that have been filled with air-filled material. Their green leaves contain air sacs. If there is a lack of air for the plant to breathe through, the leaves close, so it doesn’t have any air to breathe through. In this way, air is allowed to flow freely to the leaves.
In our homes, most of the air plants live in the kitchen. Others, such as dahlias, may be used throughout the house, and in different rooms. When you find a spot in your home to add an air plant, place a few inches of soil on the spot, fill the hole with soil, and water. Over time, the hole will fill with air, and eventually, the plant will begin to grow.
Dahlias are very easy to grow, and take very little space, except for the space the plant takes up. Some people use the hole in the garden hose to provide them with a place to air out. All it takes is a few inches of soil and some well-fitting drain hoses, and you can hang them from trees, over doors, and even under beds.
A great little idea for little ones is to buy small varieties of plants, such as a dandelion, which is safe for small children. Choose one for a pot, and then when it gets big enough, just remove the soil and hang it in a shady spot, or hang it in a corner in your house. The little one will love it, and you’ll have free fresh air for your kids to enjoy.
Air plants are also great for older kids. What kid doesn’t like to play with air? Hummingbirds love to feast on air plants, and butterflies love the scent from these. You’ll find that your little boy will love to have a birdbath that smells of all those different types of birds.
There are many uses for air plants in homes, but the only limitation is the amount of space you have available. If you have a small back yard or backyard, a container of a few plants, a shed, or even a child’s bedroom will be perfect for a place to hang your fresh-smelling plants.
Just because a plant can’t air itself out, doesn’t mean it won’t create wonderful effects on your living room. Many people complain about the smell of smoke and the stench of pesticides in the air, but air plants do not release such gases. Also, most air plants, from the dandelion to the rhododendron, can be placed outdoors or placed in a more suitable place in your home.
Air plants are safe for children, but the same cannot be said for other animals and insects. While most insects will not harm a plant, the average house plant does not attract bees or wasps. If you must use a plant in your home, make sure it is safe for your house guests, as well as your family.
House plants can be beautiful additions to your home, providing new living areas for you and your family. Not only do they provide a tranquil atmosphere for you, but they provide something for your guest as well. They provide a stress-relieving relief, and a healthy, comforting option for your home.