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Horticulture
for Health

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Healthy Houseplants

According to studies and reports, from agencies such as NASA, Texas A&M University, Psychology Today, and more, indoor plants can provide many health benefits! Houseplants can help improve indoor air quality, as well as increase oxygen levels and humidity. They can help improve concentration and creativity (so add them to your office or workspace). They encourage healing, boost your mood, and lower stress. Plus, successfully growing plants lets you feel a sense of accomplishment which can help boost self-esteem. Try this clean air container garden to get started.

An Outdoor Place to Recharge

Creating a peaceful outdoor living space is a growing trend. Establishing this outdoor oasis provides you with a place to recharge after a hectic day or stressful week and provides health benefits. Research shows spending time outdoors helps reduce stress, balance mood, and lower blood pressure and heart rate. Relaxing in nature can also help take your mind off pain and promote healing. Here are some ideas to create an oasis in your own backyard. Read more benefits of landscaping and Pike Nurseries Landscape Design & Installation services.

Additional 2020 Trends

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Houseplants

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Eco-Friendly

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Multi-Use

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Minimal Maintenance

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Grow What You Eat

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Growing Up to Save Space