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Planting The Seed To Health Living

 
Top tips on planting for wellbeing


With the family home full time and a need to keep everyone busy, it is the ideal time to plant a seed to a healthier lifestyle. Tuscan Path Product Manager Sally Laing, shares her expert top tips on creating healthy, green, fragrant spaces, educational hot spots and edible gardens.

 

Green the house to lift your spirits


There is no better time to bring the outdoors in, so why not fill the house with greenery to help lift your spirits? When you decorate your home with indoor plants, you're not just making a style statement; research has shown that they make you happier and more relaxed. They are also nature's air purifiers, which means greening a room increases air
quality, helping us all to breathe a little easier.


Transform your living space into an urban jungle with big, bold foliage plants, like the Fiddle Leaf Fig (Ficus lyrata), to bring a sense of drama to your space, or the Swiss Cheese plant (Monstera deliciosa) with big tropical-like leaves in a Tuscan Path Spencer Pot (RRP $30).


Introduce greenery from ceiling to floor with gorgeous hanging
plants like Devil's Ivy (Epipremnum) or Chain of Hearts (Ceropegia woodii) which look beautiful in smaller, heavier pots like Tuscan
Path's Granada Self Watering Pot (RRP $21.98).

Grow hanging beauties where they can cascade down over bookshelves and benchtops, or display them in indoor hanging baskets.


Hands-on learning


Planting is a great way for kids to learn firsthand. The Tuscan Path Reactive Glazed Pot (RRP $17.98) is ideal for growing varieties that excite little green thumbs, like Silverbeet 'Rainbow', with its brightly coloured stems or heirloom radishes that come in shades of yellow, red, pink, white and black. Get creative and make cute signs out of old icy pole sticks, plastic plates or ice cream lids. Use water-proof markers to see what fun
designs you can come up with! You might like to get the kids to record the growth of their vegetable seedlings on a graph.