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The top 50 indoor houseplants for brightening your interiors - what's best and how to keep them alive. Bring the outdoors in and breathe new life to your home with plants! House plants are well and truly back on trend - they instantly lift an area, make a room feel fresh and welcoming, and brighten your mood.On top of this, indoor plants are great for purifying the air and creating a healthier home.Together with microbes in the soil, plants work wonders to reduce harmful pollutants released from indoor furniture. (It's true: look at the study conducted by the University of Technology, Sydney.) If you feel like your rooms need a splash of colour and a breath of life, there's no better starting point than this book. Whether your style is dramatic jungle plants or to sweetly shaped succulents, you'll find something to suit. With loads of glorious illustrations for inspiration, data on which plants are suitable where, and clear advice on how to pot, prune and pet your plants, this is the perfect guide for bringing the outdoors in - no matter what your level of gardening skill!
|Publication date:||9th July 2020|
|Author:||Angie Thomas, Yates Australia|
|Publisher:||HarperCollins Publishers (Australia) Pty Ltd|
|Format:||Paperback / softback|
Angie Thomas has been a horticulturist for more than 25 years, is passionate about the many benefits of gardening, and about teaching and inspiring gardeners. She is also mad about growing food, flowers and filling her house with indoor plants. Yates is the number one bestselling gardening brand in New Zealand. In 1895 Arthur Yates saw the need for a publication that answered gardeners' questions so he wrote the first YATES GARDEN GUIDE, a comprehensive gardening book that is still published more than 125 years later.More About Angie Thomas, Yates Australia