6 Beautiful Indoor Plants That Help With Air Purification and More

Indoor Plants

It can be challenging to figure out how to decorate a space, but you don’t need to be Martha Stewart to create a sweet, cheerful space for yourself. The perhaps simplest technique to improve the feel of your house decor? You don’t even need to be an expert in indoor plants to be able to display some gorgeous flora in your home, so don’t worry.

Health Benefits of Indoor Plants

By collecting carbon dioxide and releasing oxygen during photosynthesis, plants also raise the amount of oxygen in the air. To get the most out of them, put them in your ‘breathing zone,’ within six to eight square feet of where you generally sit or lie. Energy levels, mood, and ability to concentrate can all be improved as a result of this enhanced oxygenation. Studies show that when workers were permitted to have indoor plants in their working environment, their productivity increased! It makes sense that so many modern IT firms have interior areas that resemble forests and tropical retreats. They not only improve people’s mood and productivity, but they are also beautiful.

Parlor Palm – Less Maintenance

Parlor Palm

If you purchase a Parlor Palm, you will have the impression that you are in your very own tropical garden. Considering that you only have to water it once every few weeks, maintaining it is a lot less of a hassle than traveling to a rainforest location.

ZZ Plant – Dry Conditions

ZZ Plant

Because it can survive in dry conditions, the ZZ plant is quite remarkable. Due to it being considered in some communities as a plant that brings good fortune and friendliness into a home, it makes an excellent present to give on the occasion of a housewarming.

Monstera Delicious Plant

Monstera Delicious Plant

You have undoubtedly seen a lot of these trendy Monstera Deliciosa plants all over Insta and at your trendy friend’s apartment because they give off tropical vibes no matter where you are. You only need to give it some water once every two weeks, and then everything will be fine.

Money Tree – Pointy Leaves!

Money Tree

Because of its widespread application in Feng Shui, there’s a good possibility you’re already familiar with this plant. A touch of the tropics can be brought into any room of the house with those long, pointed leaves.

Dracaena Gold Star

Dracaena Gold Star

Another fuss-free and low-maintenance plant, the Dracaena Gold Star can effortlessly adjust to a diverse variety of light conditions, from dim to bright. It’s a simple and entertaining way to spruce up that awkward empty spot in your home by putting some life there.

Peace Lily Plant

Peace Lily Plant

If you have some experience in maintaining the health of indoor plants, it might be time to include a peace lily in the assortment of houseplants that you keep. You just need to make sure the soil is always moist, but not soaked, and you’ll have gorgeous lilies that blossom in no time at all. However, they do demand a little bit more attention than other types of plants.

Meghan Markle’s Animated Children’s Show on Netflix Gets Canceled

A lot has changed in the landscape of upcoming films and series after Netflix announced a drop in its subscribers. That only meant one thing — budget cuts and cancelations. One of the upcoming animated series that was supposed to premiere on the streaming giant was Meghan Markle’s children’s show, Pearl. Unfortunately, it was canceled before it even aired.

Meghan Markle
Meghan Markle’s Animated Children’s Show on Netflix Gets Canceled

Meghan Markle Will Have to Find a New Home for Pearl

Pearl is the second project by Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s company Archewell Productions. The company’s first animated show was announced last July as part of the couple’s landmark production deal with Netflix. When the announcement was made, Meghan expressed her excitement to be partnering with the streaming company and the “incredible producers” who would bring together this new animated children’s series.

The show was still in development when Netflix pulled the plug on it, and now the Duchess of Sussex is in the unfavorable position of having to potentially look for other platforms or streamers to premiere her animated show. Pearl isn’t the only animated show to get canceled. Netflix also dropped two other kids’ animated series.

Pearl’s Storyline

The show would have followed a 12-year-old girl named Pearl, who goes on a journey of self-discovery as she faces various daily challenges. To help her overcome them, she’d find a range of inscriptions from influential women from history. Educational and relatable, the show promised to empower young boys and girls to follow their hearts and minds.

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry at Invictus Games, 2022
Meghan Markle’s Animated Children’s Show on Netflix Gets Canceled

Archewell Productions and Netflix’s Multiyear Deal

Fortunately for the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, Netflix isn’t entirely pulling the plug on their joint efforts. Prince Harry’s upcoming docuseries titled Heart of Invictus is still moving forward. The docuseries will focus on athletes’ journeys to the Invictus Games, which took place in The Hague, Netherlands.

Prince Harry at Invictus Games, 2014
Meghan Markle’s Animated Children’s Show on Netflix Gets Canceled

Whether Meghan Markle will continue to work on children’s series like Pearl is yet to be determined.