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The Green Room

From plant care tips and videos to wellbeing articles, our blog is full of bitesize information that will help you take care of plants - and of yourself

An Interview with Eve Chase
To celebrate the recent success of Richard & Judy book club author Eve Chase's latest releases, we teamed up with Penguin Books to come up with...
Why Men Need Self-Care Too
We don’t need to tell you that in most areas of life, society is set up to suit men. From can-openers to walking home at night to work culture, the...
Why Top-Heavy Plants Make Us Feel Safe
You've probably experienced the emotional uplift of being in nature, whether that's climbing a mountain, hiking in woodland, or just visiting your...
3 Ways to Combat Overthinking
Stuck in your head? Unable to switch off and relax after a long day? It's a familiar feeling for most, especially over the past year, when our opt...
Winter Lockdown? Choose the Path of Least Resistance
If the next four weeks seem like a battle to be won, we invite you to rearrange your thinking and choose the path of least resistance. 
Battling SAD in Lockdown
SAD (seasonal affective disorder) affects around 4% of the population, though a far greater number report feeling low during the colder months. Apt...
How to Manage Coronavirus Burnout
‘How can you be burnt out when you’ve barely left the house all year?’ The way some people talk about the pandemic make it sound like it’s been one...
Discover the Benefits of Aomori Hiba
Revered in Japan, Aomori Hiba is an ancient and slow-growing cypress tree whose wood has been used for centuries in the construction of temples and...
A Natural Health Service? Wildlife Conservation as Mental Health Treatment
Mental health programmes with nature at their core are both effective and ‘excellent value for money,’ says independent research carried out by Leeds Beckett and Essex University, in collaboration with the Wildlife Trust.
Boost: Continuous Interaction, Diversity and Density
Boost is our third and final category of plants. In a sentence, it’s about continuous interaction, and having a collection with ‘diversity and density.’