Do You Keep Plants in Your Bedroom?
After a long discussion, we have decided that having plants in your bedroom comes down to personal preference. What’s yours? If you’re plant inclined, here are a few images for inspiration.
Above: Slow-growing succulents have a Crassulacean acid metabolism (CAM), which allows them to take in carbon dioxide during the night and store it to use for photosynthesis the next day. Image via Old Brand New Blog.
Above: Remodelista editor Alexa likes the way these plants on the windowsill add cheer to a children’s bedroom in a summer house in Söderfors, Sweden. For more images of this room, see Simple Scandi Children’s Room.
Above: For some, one plant in the bedroom is enough; they draw the line at more. What do you think—can you have too many? Image via Fresh Home.
So, do you choose to keep a plant in the bedroom? Please add to the discussion here and at Gardenista.