hether you want to grow indoor plants for food or for aesthetics (or both), there are many benefits to adding plants to your home space. Enter: the indoor garden kit.
While the research isn’t in complete agreement on just how beneficial indoor plants can be for purifying air (a 1989 NASA study showed massive positive results, while later studies weren’t as overwhelming and are probably more in line with everyday effects), most studies agree that there is some benefit in reducing the impact of poor indoor air quality.
That’s not to mention the positive effects that plants can have on improving our mood and sense of wellbeing. For example, a study in the Journal of Experimental Psychology showed that adding plants to the workplace can improve concentration and productivity.
If plants can make work better, they most certainly can improve our home life. And when you decide to grow food-producing plants, you can add even more health benefits to the list of positive impacts plants deliver.
But what to do if you aren’t imbued with a green thumb? The abundance of easy indoor garden kits completely nullifies your ineptitude when it comes to plants. Think of these kits in terms of how easy and successful meal delivery kits are for those who don’t cook!