Whether you’re following the principles of your office environment or just want to brighten your workplace, there are some ideal plants for the office. You don’t want to just pick up an old plant that catches your eye because you want maintenance to be minimal, yet your lovely plant to stay healthy and green. here are some excellent plants for the office.
Make peace: The Peace Lily is one of the easiest plants for the office to keep alive and look after. All that’s needed is water once a week and good light. The peace lilt doesn’t have big showy blooms like other lilies, but the white modified leaves/ seed heads that look like flowers are attractive and long lasting.
Quick sticks: If you weren’t born with the green fingers and have to learn how to care for the plants for your desk then bamboo may be right for you. Bamboo is extremely easy to grow in water and lasts hugely long long time. Its a great choice if you are applying feng shui to your desk/ office. At some point many years down the road it will need moving from water to soil but do so with care. Its very invasive and can take over your garden which is best avoided.
English accent: A very pretty but tough plant is English Ivy. You can train the hardy, leafy tendrils to climb up a lattice or drape loosely along a partition from a pretty pot on your desk.
Pretty practical: A sunny office is calling out for foliage enters Aloe Vera. This plant’s pretty sculptured looks flattery a workspace, making it good to look at. On the practical side, you can use get harvested from the leaves to soothe burns and for moisturize your skin.
Plants for the office are a cheap and easy way of brightening up your workplace. But its important to get the right ones. There’s nothing attractive about limp leaves that turn brown.