I had color blindness. Doc suggested a lot of prescriptions, which were so exhaustive to medicate. One prominent thing I learned from the treatment was the importance of GREEN in our life. Doc advised me to walk over the green grass, look at green trees and stuff. My momma, being extra caring, like everybody else’s, went too serious for this. She changed the curtains, bed-sheets, tablecloth, serviettes; everything GREEN. Well, thanks to her. I can visualise colors more vibrantly, now. She’s a genius!
Anyways what I mean is, it’s great not only for eyes, but also for your brain to have a green leafy plant by your side. So here are some great dorm room plants, you can look after easily:
- Very Low Maintenance
- Very Low Water Requirement
- Looks DOPE
- Thrive in both sunlight and not-so-sunny conditions
- Water once in a couple of weeks
- Purifies Air
- Removes 90% of the toxins from the room
- Low Maintenance
- Water once every week
- Direct sunlight isn’t necessary
- Perfect for table-top decorative
Cacti and Succulents
- Requires less space
- Killing Looks. Dayum!
- Thrives in the desert. Occasional watering is good.
- Anti-inflammatory against insect bites
- Requires sunlight once in a week or two
- Watering: Once in a week or two
- No need to put in sunlight. Normal is fine
- It’s a great watch!
- Magic medicine for all skin diseases
- Aloe Vera gel is stuffed up with countless remedies
- Bright indirect light is advised
- Water twice a week, just enough to keep the soil moist
- Beholder’s eye catcher
- Purifies air
- According to Feng Shui, it brings good luck
- You can give direction to forms shapes.
- Low Maintenance
- Look auspicious
- Require water every couple of weeks
- Ambient light is good for thriving
- You can select from different varieties, look wise
- Corners look pleasing with ferns
- Direct Sunlight strictly not required.
- Requires water twice a week.
- Don’t over-water.
- Flowers bloom throughout the year.
- Do not touch the plant much, it may itch.
- Beautiful flowers light up the visuals of the room.
A study conducted by The Royal College of Agriculture, England found that student concentration increased by 70% in lecture halls, for those who had plants in their rooms.
Behold yourself, in an auspicious ambience. Mark up these greens in your life!