Office Plants

1. Most offices do not have much natural light. Low to medium light plants work best unless there is a specific location where a high light plant can survive. Artificial lighting helps, but is not enough to sustain high light plants. Move plants from dark unoccupied offices when employees are on vacation..

2. If office temperatures are lowered at night, be sure the plants can withstand the lack of heat. Interior plants should not be placed in unheated entranceways. These are areas for silk tres.

3. Select plants that do not constantly drop leaves.

4. Always protect computers, desks, carpets or floors from water. Do not direct plant into decorative containers.

5. Never hang plants over a computer, fax, or copying machine or any other equipment.

6. Avoid plants that might be toxic to clients or their children.

7. For your convenience and bottom line, office plants should only need water once a week.

8. “Think Green” and select plants that can clean the air of formaldehyde, benzene, and carbon monoxide.

9. Email us your blue prints, a description of your color scheme, and style of furniture. For a small fee we will recommend appropriate plants and containers as well as nurseries in your area where these items can be purchased. We are also available for free on site consultations within our service area.


Recommended Office Plants

Golden Pothos, Bamboo Palm, Chinese Evergreen, English Ivy, Heart-Shaped Ivy, Spider Plants, Dracaena Marginata,  Dracaena Janet Craig, Dracaena Warneki, Peace Lily, Sansiviera, Draceana Massengeana, Ficus, Bromeliads, Orchids, Anthuriums, and Kalanchoes.

The following plants do well in any office and will even clean the air. Click each photo to enlarge!

Dracaena 'Janet Craig'
Zamioculcas Zamiifolia
Aglaonema "Jubilee"
Golden Pothos
Peace Lily
Dracaena Massangeana

Happy New Year!

Start the New Year with a fresh look.

It's a great time to refresh your home or office with our great selection of interior plants and containers.

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