Tall plants can bring extra benefits to your life and wellbeing. Having more plant surface to work with makes them even better at collecting dust and purifying the air. Doing so supports your respiratory system. One of the best plants for cleaning nasties out of the air is the Kentia Palm. Howea forsteriana's green leaves bring a fresh tropical look into your home whilst being super easy to look after.
If you're experiencing the drying effects of air-conditioning and heating, then consider getting a plant. These effects usually transpire through coughs or dry skin. Certain plants can help support your physical health by increasing humidity levels. Particularly plants that require a bit of occasional misting will be good at this. In this collection, the Kentia Palm and Calathea 'Triostar' would be the best ones to go for.
As humans developed with nature, cues regarding our surroundings have been anchored in our collective subconscious. That's why top-heavy plants give us a feeling of safety and calmness. The exotic Elephant Ear 'Tiger' brings this structure into your very own plant collection. With its broad leaves on its animal-print stems, it arches over its smaller counterparts. Wow-factor guaranteed!
Another evolutionary cue is biodiversity. It signals that an area is habitable and healthy. Well, isn't it the perfect excuse to get even more plants? Different sizes and a range of colours will make us feel even more homely. The Philodendron Imperial Red brings a splash of colours, from dark red to deep green, into your home. With its large leaves, it's also a fantastic dust collector – keeping the particles out of your lungs.