Office plants

According to the latest research, the use of plants significantly affects reducing environmental stress and, in many cases, can lead to increased employee morale. Based on experience, it can say that plants used in public and busy places are mainly selected from evergreen and four-season species that have a pleasant aroma and create an enjoyable experience for the audience. It does not matter if you are lucky enough to have a sunny office or work in a relatively dark room; you will find many plants to keep, from cacti and succulents to plants commonly known as ZZ. They are ideal options that you can use to beautify your work environment.

Caring for desk plants

It is better to pay attention to the fact that the flower or plant that you place on your table should not be too high in the first place. Also, the size of the flower pot or plant should be small not to obstruct people’s view. It is also best not to use plants that have large, drooping leaves so that the space does not look crowded and you have a relaxing environment. If your workplace is tiny, use a vase pendant or plant designs such as Kokedama (moss ball) that are hung. Hang hanging plants in low-traffic areas, such as on the corners of walls, to reduce the risk of co-workers hitting the pots!

Benefits of plants in the office

Office plants include a wide range of flowering and flowerless species, perhaps the most important can be considered resistance to dehydration and growth in low light environments.
Considering that the use of flowers and plants in the workplace is beautiful and creates a sense of vitality and vitality in the space, provided that flowers and plants suitable for the workplace and office environments are used so that they can have good durability. And enjoy seeing flowers at work for a long time. We examine some of the characteristics of these plants.
• Being four seasons
• Not allergenic
• No need for continuous pruning
• Resistant to high ambient temperature differences
• Medium growth rate
• Resistant to exposure to low light environments