EPA studies show that on average the air inside your home is two to five percent more polluted than the outside air. Certain house plants might be able to fix that.
Once tulips and daffodil flowers are spent, you can just walk along and snap off the top of the stem – that stops the plant from making seeds and sends that energy back down into the bulb.
Why do leaves turn colors and how do they know when to do it? They get their green color from chlorophyll – it helps them gather sunlight in spring and summer to make glucose – food for the plant – that’s photosynthesis.