International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)

International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)
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Informative Article | Architecture & Planning | India | Volume 9 Issue 6, June 2020

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Chinmayi Saxena [2]

Abstract: During this period of unexpected occurrence of Covid-19, humans now are spending around 80% of their time at home, confining themselves to gadgets. Technology has affected human life both positively and negatively. But being overly connected can cause psychological issues such as distraction, narcissism, and even depression. Mental and physical health is pivotal. Striking the balance is cardinal. This equilibrium can be achieved by connecting with nature. In such times, the span between people and nature shouldn't surge. The only way to evade this situation is to draw nature towards us, in the form of houseplants or a small garden. Unambiguously quoting, nature is important to us because we are a part of nature. Are plants paramount to our home habitat? Are houseplants favorable to us? Do plants possess healing power? Is your home undone without plants? The paper focuses on elucidating the above-mentioned concern through readings and occurrences. Being a new-fangled plant enthusiast, the paper highlights uncovering factual features of home plants. The Lucky Bamboo plant, the Spider plant, the Peace lily, the Snake plant are the four types of indoor plants that are canvassed in the paper.

Keywords: Human life, houseplants, Lucky bamboo plant, Spider plant, Peace lily plant, Snake plant

Edition: Volume 9 Issue 6, June 2020,

Pages: 1454 - 1457

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