Flowers and plants have been used for centuries to provide us with food, clothing, shelter, medicine and oxygen, as well as to express our emotions ranging from love and support to grief. But now, research is adding up that suggests flowers and plants are closely linked to our well-being, and here's just a few reasons why:
We communicate better in the presence of flowers or plants, and tend to eat food more slowly when flowers are on the table.
Certain types of potted plants, as well as the growing mix used with these plants, remove some pollutants from a room's atmosphere.
So this week, why not do something healthy - indulge in some flowers and plants!