8 ways to Green Your Houseplant
The more you consider how your houseplants would thrive in nature and treat them that way, the greener they'll be, both literally and figuratively.
You'll help clear the indoor environment of pollutants and reduce amount of greenhouse gas emissions that escape from your home or office into the outside air.
Your plants will look and feel more comfortable in them, too.
These require less water, which helps to cut your water bill and limit your impact on fresh water systems.
Conserve water by watering your plants with rainwater, graywater, tap water that's running while you wait for hot water, or water from leaky pipes not yet fixed.
This is the ultimate local produce source.
Prevent nasty chemicals from coming into your home and being added to the environment by using these natural pest solutions.
Compost made from grass clippings and other scraps in the back yard is a great way to feed your indoor plants.
Pass on the healthy effects of plants and cut down on wasteful presents at the same time.