Beautify your house with indoor plants from local plants stores.
Going green is a global movement that all of us should participate in and one of the habits that we could cultivate is growing plants!
Having an indoor plant does not just enhance our living spaces visually. It can also boost our mood, reduce fatigue and lower our stress and anxiety.
Some common plants that can tremendously improve your health are snake plants, bamboo palm plants, and zz plants, also known as zamioculcas plants.
Snake plants may look artificial due to the standing posture of its foliage, but its benefits are far from phoney. It is a natural air purifier and helps humidify the air. Similar to snake plants, bamboo palm plants are also good in emitting moisture.
All three plants are known for removing toxic pollutants such as carbon dioxide, benzene and other cancer-causing toxins from the air. The zz plant is highly adaptable and can flourish in low and high lighting.
Here are five places where you can get these indoor plants!
Designed for busy plant owners, the PlantPlus has three measurements for watering – minimum, optimum and maximum. Owners are to water until the indicator on the measuring system reaches optimum and leave it till the next watering time, which will be indicated on the system.
Other than that, Far East Flora also sells cactus and succulent plants.
Tumbleweed Plants is one of the trendiest plant stores in Singapore. The interior design of the store is cosy and pretty, attracting many visitors.
This store specialises in indoor plants and planters. Planters are containers where flowers or plants are displayed on, and Tumbleweed Plants sells five kinds of planters – pots, baskets, stands, hanging and trays.
This store is the island’s biggest importer of succulents. They sell a wide selection of succulent and cactus plants online and in their showroom at Woodlands.
These plants can be grown in the sun and shade, making them the perfect plants for people with busy schedules. The online prices for their succulents, cacti starts from $5 and $6 respectively.
Rabbit Island also has a clearance section on their site, where plants are sold for as low as $3.
They are located at 39 Woodlands Close.
Noah Garden Centre believes that plants are made for everyone and works hard to make their products and services affordable.
The plant store allows payments with installment plans for their plants and other products. They also have a clearance section that includes plants, gardening supplies and pots.
An accessibility feature that they have on their website is their marketplace section where they connect customers with numerous stores that sell plants, accessories and gardening supplies.
Noah Garden Centre is an online retail store and offers free delivery for orders above $100.
Another trendy plant store, Potta Planta aims to provide their customers with aesthetically pleasing products.
They collaborate with Southeast Asians artists to create handcrafted pots, plant trays and rattan stands in various shapes, sizes and designs.
They also sell indoor plants such as monstera, fern and pothos plants at affordable prices.
Potta Planta is located at 55 Lorong L Telok Kurau and is open for walk-ins from 12.30pm to 8pm on Wednesdays to Fridays and 11am to 7pm on weekends. They are closed on Mondays and Tuesdays.
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