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How Do You Grow Fresh Air?

in Why Plantscaping

So how do you Grow Fresh Air?
Here’s a clue, “you’re already doing it!”

Live plants are the lungs of the earth: they produce oxygen that makes life possible, add precious moisture and filter toxins.*

That’s the message of the book, How to Grow Fresh Air, 50 Houseplants that Purify Your Home or Office.

Good News
Let’s face it, toxins are on everyone’s mind right now, so some good news about how to naturally combat them is welcome.

If you’re a client of Interior Plant Scapes, you already have lots of living clean air machines around your business or home. Yes, your gorgeous live plants are getting it done!

The book, How to Grow Fresh Air, is the work of noted scientist Dr. B. C. Wolverton and his research designed to create a breathable environment for a NASA lunar habitat.

Pretty cool, right? A NASA scientist discovers that houseplants – the kind in your business right now – are the best filters of common interior pollutants.

The best part is, these clean-air filters are not clunky, noisy machines – they’re gorgeous and silently do their work while creating amazing ambiance. We’re pretty sure you love our plants for the warmth, hospitality, and beauty they bring to your business – not their air-cleaning power, but that’ll be our secret…no extra charge.

Spreading the Fresh Air Message
Here’s a twist we can use – instead of the fear of toxic air, let’s spread the message of fresh air. Let’s make sure your customers, members, and guests know about the Fresh Air in your business.

We’ve created a table or counter-top message to spread the Fresh Air good news. The display includes a copy of the book on a stand, along with some different ideas for messaging beside the book.

  • Live Fresh Air Machines, Hard at Work
  • We Are Growing Fresh Air for You
  • Live Plants: Healthy Fresh Air and Ambiance
  • Beauty and Fresh Air All-in-One
  • Live Plants Hard at Work Producing Fresh Air
  • Breathe Easy, Live Plants Hard at Work

Use one of these or create a message of your own.

Friends, your live plants are a beautiful response to some of the toxic fear of toxins. Let us help you remind your clients and guests about this healthy amenity in your business.

Contact us and we’ll be happy to bring you a Fresh Air book and display.

* From the back cover, How to Grow Fresh Air, 50 Houseplants that Purify Your Home or Office.

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