If you’ve ever noticed that your plants grow poorly and stretched in the winter, you are noticing the effects of light on them. There are three primary ways that light affects your plants: day length (how long it is light for), intensity of light (brightness), and the quality of light (colour).
I recall visiting a local conservatory as a child. I was infatuated with the banana palms and exotic, tropical plants–my winter oasis. If you, like me, live in a frozen wonderland for months of the year, you will know the desire to see, smell, and taste plants while you wait for spring. Winter’s challenge is that plants grown inside […]
Whether you spend your days in an office cubical or hospital, and whether you live in an expansive manor or cramped apartment growing plants will benefit you. They are not only beautiful, but also clean our air; feed us and make us healthier–and it is easier than you may think to grow them. Indoor Plants clean […]