With us focusing on our health and wellbeing more than ever before, gardening in 2020 is all about feeling good.
Of course, growing outside gives us access to fresh air in our lungs, soaking up some vitamin D, and quality time with the family or with our own thoughts to help with mindfulness.
But more than that, people are turning to plants now to provide them with a sense of wellbeing inside the home too.
As far back as 1989, NASA’s clean air study proved to us that indoor plants have a cleansing effect on the air we breathe and that houseplants can contribute to a healthy indoor living space.
Because of this, we’ll be upping the ante when it comes to caring for our well-loved and much-needed house plant companions; turning to the use of technology to keep up with their care alongside our hectic routines.
Self-watering pots, light-up plants and apps that measure light conditions are all on hand to help with your indoor gardening needs and anything that gets people engaging with nature is alright in my book!