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It is a thought that has crossed everyone's mind at least once. It could have happened as we were passing a flower’s stall on a street or while visiting a friend's house and playing around with a miniature Buddha under the shadow of the beautiful bonsai. “I need more plants at home”. Only just the presence — or a simple thought — of nearby plants provokes an unconscious feeling of wellbeing. In this article we are going to discover that this feeling is not only linked to the aesthetic gift an orchid, a ficus, a fern or a Brazilwood gives our home. The presence of plants in our home also offers the undoubtful benefits for our health.
These are some of them: