Does the Quality of Air Impact My Plants?

Plants take CO2 (carbon dioxide) out of the air and replace it with oxygen. Most homes have sufficient supplies of CO2 and the O2 (oxygen), that plants give off is a most beneficial byproduct of the plant.

The ideal temperature for most houseplants is in the range of 65-85 degrees. Although this is the optimal range temperatures outside of this range can be tolerated depending on the plant. Because there is such a wide array of plant types, there is not a “one size fits all” approach to matching plants with temperatures. To find out more specifics consult our growing Plant Bios. If you cannot find the plant you’re looking for, please contact us.