Spruce Up Your Abode With Plants
Glimpse|January 2020
As the increasing air pollution is taking toll on our health, you can take precautions and style up your surroundings wisely. Plants bring plenty of advantages with them as decor accessories, including the range of colors and textures that they can be counted on to add.
Manokriti Bedi

When you find yourself searching for plants to add into your decorating scheme, it’s always good to remember that green isn’t the only color that's available to you. You can buy these 5 indoor plants which are pocket friendly and have other health benefits too.

Aloe Vera

Aloe Vera plant needs a warm temperature and indirect sunlight. You can water it once a week. Thus, it would be a great plant to keep indoors during the winter season. Apart from that, you can extract the fresh and pure Aloe Vera gel to make various packs for gorgeous hair and skin. You may also prepare fresh Aloe Vera juice and stay fit.

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