11 Plants, Flowers and Herbs That'll Boost Your Mood
When the going gets tough, you need any little lift that'll get you in a more positive frame of mind. While self-care is incredibly important during life's difficult times, you might be surprised that your environment can play a critical role when it comes to mood — especially when it comes to plants and flowers. Here are just a few types of greenery and blooms that help reduce stress and maybe even foster feelings of happiness.
The masses of richly-hued flowers have always cheered us up, but the mild scent of the geranium plant (which is similar to that of roses) has been thought to promote peace of mind.
Graceful and almost sculptural, orchids are one of life's most accessible luxuries. They also bloom year-round, bringing you a touch of mood-enhancing color during winter's gloomiest days. Perhaps this is why Feng Shui practitioners love to use orchids when increasing positive energy in a room.
Garden expert David Domoney set out to do a three-month informal study to find out what plants inspired feelings of positivity. Respondents overwhelmingly favored Lily of the Valley as a happy-boosting plant, mostly because they associated the fragrant blooms with cherished memories.
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