Live with nature and witness a thousand miracles!
Over the years, interior designers have always played with nature, adding a few bits of green all around your house. But have you ever wondered why plants serve as such essential elements? There’s a lot more to the greenery than nature and calmness. But the problem arises when you go out to purchase these plants and realize that there’s a big price to serenity. So, you switch to the alternative and decide to grow it yourself. But a well-grown plant, with lush foliage will take months, sometimes even years to grow.
So how do we benefit at a budget friendly level? You rent plants! Silver foliage provides all this and much more. Instead of starting from scratch and waiting for nature to take its time, it is possible to rent these plants for your home and office space. With our rental policy, you can experience nature at your convenience with periodic maintenance and monthly changing of plants.
The benefits of having indoor plants are immense with its freshness and added properties. While improving the aesthetics of your home or office, these plants work to maintain a pure environment, all while improving your health and more.
Following are the top 3 benefits of having plants indoors.
Lower air temperatures and pure air
Plants are scientifically known to absorb carbon dioxide and give out oxygen by the process of photosynthesis. This helps to lower the levels of unwanted gases and dust impurities thereby purifying the air. During this process, water from the surface of the leaves evaporates into the atmosphere, automatically reducing the temperature a few degrees and making the surrounding air cooler. Due to this, the impact or strain on electronics to maintain a cooler temperature is automatically reduced thus saving energy and maintaining a green environment at the same time.
We are no stranger to the fact that walking through nature often leaves us feeling relaxed and calm. Imagine how we would feel living or working with nature? Interior landscape often has a dramatic effect on the occupants of a building. The building or home tends to remain calm and stimulates a sense of productivity with people fall less sick thereby improving their capacity to work better.
As mentioned earlier, plants maintain a sense of calmness in the environment. Research proves that plant leaves can reflect sound waves of high frequencies from its surface thereby reducing the background noise, leaving our interiors quiet and peaceful.
Don’t think twice! Find out which plants are best suited for you in our catalogue below.
Areca Palm (Dypsis lutescens)
Areca Palm is known to transpire about 1 litre of water per hour making it a great plant for a cooler atmosphere.
Requires indirect bright sunlight
Water only when top 2” of the soil dries
Bamboo Palm (Chamaedorea seifrizii)
Bamboo palm filters the air containing toxins which occur from plastics, carpets and rugs, printers and copiers, air fresheners, cleaning supplies, laminates, veneer furniture etc.
Requires low sunlight
Water only when soil surface feels dry
Kentia palm (Howea fosteriana)
Kentia palm is another air purifier which thrives well in any climate. It is slow growing and adapts well to any indoor environment.
Requires low indirect sunlight
Water thoroughly, allowing it to drain and then discard extra water. Add more only when soil turns extremely dry. No regular watering during the winters.
Golden pothos (Scindapsus aureus)
Golden pothos is a sustainable long last plant which can thrive even in cold temperatures. It helps rid the air from Carbon-monoxide and Formaldehyde.
Requires lower light
Water needs to saturate right till the roots but not over soak into the soil. Can live without water for over a weak if the soil is not dry.
Jade pothos (Epipremnum aureum)
Jade pothos helps clear the air and helps relax the eyes when irritated. It also prevents ocular hypertension, glaucoma and cataracts.
Requires lower light
Water only once or twice a week.
Syngonium (Syngonium podophyllum)
Syngonium reduces components of indoor air pollution and increases humidity in the air maintaining a cool and clear environment.
Requires medium light but no direct sunlight.
Water twice a week.
Dracaena helps absorb and destroy organic chemicals like Formaldehyde, Benzene and Carbon-dioxide by metabolic breakdown.
Requires brighter light.
Keep on the drier side but not too dry. Water once a week.
Dracaena fragrans is known to maintain pure air by removing toxins from the environment.
Requires a mixture of sunlight and shade but no direct sunlight.
Water 2 to 3 times a week to keep the soil moist.
Dracaena mahatma too, like it’s family members, is known as an air purifying plant.
Grows best in bright areas but not under direct sunlight.
Water 2-3 times a week for the first 20 days and then once a week.
Dracaena marginata also known as the Dragon plant purifies air and removes harmful and toxic compounds like formaldehyde, benzene, toluene and xylene.
Requires moderate to very bright indirect sunlight.
Water only when top 1” of the soil is dry. Avoid over watering.
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