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Healthy Houseplants Provide a Healthy Environment

Peace Lily House Plant
The Peace Lily
  • 1. SOOTH DRY SKIN.
    Houseplants act as humidifiers. They restore moisture to the air by releasing vapor in exchange for air pollutants.
  • 2. BREATH CLEANER AIR.
    Research has revealed that houseplants can remove 87 percent of the toxins in our homes and work places in just 2 days! These harmful toxins include formaldehyde (emitted from carpet and furniture), benzene (found in paper products and office equipment), and carbon monoxide.
  • 3. INCREASE PRODUCTIVITY.
    Besides removing toxins, plants absorb carbon dioxide and emit oxygen. With higher levels of oxygen, you'll feel more refreshed, leading to higher productivity levels (Studies show a 10-15% increase in productivity).
  • 4. THINK CLEARER.
    Plants absorb benzene, a toxin that can cause slower thinking and break concentration. Place a houseplant on your desk to stay better focused during the day.
  • 5. FIGHT FATIGUE & COLDS.
    According to a University of Agriculture in Norway study, indoor plants can reduce fatigue, coughs, sore throats and other cold related illnesses by more than 30 percent, partially

Greenhouse - House Plants

Bromeliad House Plant
Foliage. Flowers. Fresh Air.

At Culver's Garden Center you will find 100's of varieties of houseplants, including ferns, succulents, tillandsia (air plants) and more. Houseplants impact our health in many ways. If you are looking for cleaner air and to filter harmful pollutants, then you should bring one of these into your home or office! Check out a few of our Orchids, Tillandsia and Succulents and come visit our greenhouses for more!

Take the time to learn more about the purpose of houseplants today by watching this YouTube video - It's O2 for YOU!

At Culver's we help by providing you with:
  • Selection of Proper Houseplant Soil pertaining to plant
  • Best Containers for Your Houseplants
  • Educated Horticulturists on staff to answer any of your questions

Our goal is to provide solutions for you - Please feel free to learn more with these Plant Care Guides listed below. Still have questions? Come in and speak with one of our many Horticulturists. If you have an immediate question, use our Ask Our Garden Expert Form!

More House Plant Pictures:
Rex Begonia House Plant Dieffenbachia House Plant Tillandsia House Plant