Plants in containers - history
The history of decorating houses with plants in containers goes back to ancient times. For a long time now forgotten species have been hosted on the windowsills: common myrtle and rosemary. In the 17th and 18th centuries, exotic plants such as palm trees, aloe, cacti and fuchsia appeared in the homes of Europeans, which made their owners wealthy. Only in the nineteenth century, potted plants became common and settled in our homes for good. The enormity of plants at home is a domain of the nineties that is just experiencing a renaissance.
Then came the period of sterile rooms devoid of laborious potted plants. Fortunately, the vision of the urban jungle made plants return to favor. Fashionable plants in the urban jungle trend are huge specimens of monstera, ferns, philodendrons, but also forgotten herbaceous plants, threefold and other so-called air purifiers.