Plants to have in your conservatory

Conservatory spaces are the perfect location for you to sit back on the Lloyd Loom Chairs that you can get from, relax and enjoy the delights of a good box set and perhaps a glass of wine. There are ways in which you can add to the luxury of this space, such as adding soft furnishing and thinking carefully about the colours that you decorate the space with. You can also use plants.

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There are a number of plants that can be incredibly useful to help purify the air and remove any toxins and airborne particles that, when left in a room, can lead to allergies and instances of asthma and other respiratory problems.

Some of the most popular plant choices for conservatories include parlour palms that can grow to a nice size and give the appearance of having a small tree inside. Other options are rubber plants and ferns. You can find most of these in a number of different shades of green. It is important when looking for indoor plants that you take into consideration any animals that you have and plants that may be poisonous to them.

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If you are looking for some smaller plants, you can look at cacti as well as African violets that will add a pop of colour when they bloom. These also come in a number of different colours, so you are sure to find something that you love.