Now that the Christmas tree is gone, the house seems so…blah.
Brighten it up with a big, bold, beautiful plant from Watters Garden Center.
Fill that cavernous space with tall tropicals, colossal cactus, and sizeable succulents that bring the great outdoors indoors. Make a gorgeous green space you can enjoy all year, not just for a season.
Unique, exclusive, one-of-a-kind houseplants found only at Watters Garden Center. 1815 Iron Springs Road in Prescott.
Plants That Promote Better Sleep
There is no question that proper sleep hygiene is essential for optimal brain function. Perpetually debated is the precise number of hours we should sleep to feel our very best, a number that varies for mostly genetic reasons.
Research has confirmed that there is an active correlative link between sleep impairment and subsequent decline in one’s mental and physical health. Humans who do not get sufficient restorative sleep suffer from a host of problems including pronounced anxiety, chronic stress, insomnia, hypertension, and diabetes.
Succulents The jade plant your grandmother grew is so yesterday. The popularity of succulent plants has exploded in recent years, due not only to the low care requirements of these sun lovers but also because of the diversity these fascinating plants. Special anatomical adaptations and colors make some succulents look like they belong more on another planet than on our windowsill. Here are ten unusual succulents that will add personality and distinction to your garden or houseplant collection.
Air plants, also called tillandsias, are surprisingly easy to grow. They don’t require soil, need only moderate light, and a good soak every once-in-a-while. The numerous varieties are beautiful with modern home décor, in terrariums, or as a very affordable housewarming gift. These little guys have so much personality you might just want to name each and every one!