There are so many ways you can do so that the air temperature in your home is always cool and healthy. One of them is by having plants.
And It will be more beneficial if you plant is a medicinal or herbal plant.
In the process of photosynthesis, plants absorb carbon dioxide gas in the process and release oxygen.
Other functions, plants are able to clean dirty air due to smoke pollution of motor vehicles, cigarette smoke, bad gases which include nitrogen, ammonia, sulfur dioxide and ozone.
Number of herbs are believed to cure various diseases ranging from mild to dangerous.
However, not all types of herbs can be planted in pots.
Some large ones like Chinese yams can only be planted in the garden.
Then where is the right spot (area) for putting herbal pots? Follows the summary of the idea.
You can hang two or three small pots in one corner of the cabinet that is easily visible.
It appears in the picture of the pot hanging near the sink, to make it easier for you when you need the leaves for cooking spices.
Bored with the appearance of a mediocre pot?
You can take a watercolor brush then label the name that matches the type of plant.
In order not to seem crowded, do not place more than five pots in one corner.
Another idea that can be imitated is to make a mini greenhouse and place a few small pots there.
To be exposed to direct sunlight, you can put it near the window.
Not only have to pot, herbs can also be planted on other similar media such as glass jars.
Look for jars that have been equipped with handles, then hang on the trellis of your bedroom window or other desired space.
The dining room.
This unique and futuristic wooden pot can also be an option so that your herbs look more attractive.
Place it on one side of the dining room, then give the base a rectangular plastic plate.
Actually it doesn’t have to be in the kitchen, you can also put herbal plants like this in the living room and even the family room.
Guaranteed, you will have a different room decor!
Who would have thought medicinal plants could also be placed in the bathroom window.
As long as the supply of sunlight is sufficient and moisture does not affect plant growth.
Psst … the creation of bottles from used bottles seems like a good try, you know!