Plants produce oxygen and take in carbon dioxide. Plants also reduce toxins and carcinogens in the air we breathe. Plants have soothing effect as well, and generate an overall sense of well being. Plants can also reduce dry skin for humans and pets as well as absorb noise.
The most important piece of advice when caring for indoor plants is DO NOT OVERWATER OR KEEP WET. Always check soil first by putting your finger in the top 1”of soil or look at color of soil and weight of plant. For some plants like succulents, let them get dry enough so soil pulls away from side of pot. Plants can not be watered on a weekly schedule because the hours of light and quantity varies by day. Water at soil level, and water the roots not the leaves. Watering leaves
Herbs have four basic needs: Light, water, proper temperature and fertilizers. Light:
Find the sunniest location or grow under lights. Bright light from windows with southern-western exposure is ideal. Water:
Proper watering is the single most important requirement. A thorough watering is essential, not merely sprinkling. In general soil should be kept barely moist. Avoid overwatering. Humidity:
Set pots on trays or saucers with a layer of pebbles. Keep water in