The hard way involves making sure you’ve chosen the right species of plants for the lighting you have and remembering to water them in a timely matter among other things. Speaking of watering, about 6 months after you place all your office plants, the first time you look at the plants and they’re sad and dessicated you’ll ask your staff when the last time the plants were watered they’ll give you a deer-in-the -headlights look. Watering your own plants is easy, for the first few months. But someone will forget.
So why not do it the easy way? Let us design and maintain a beautiful interior plantscape for you, replace anything for free when it needs it, and keep them looking fantastic all the time!
Snake plants create privacy in this rectangle planter.
Bring a plant privacy wall into your office! Amazing touch for all spaces, beautiful and functional. This snake plant(Sansevieria trifasciata) is the most common species of snake plant called “Laurentii”. With its dark-green leaves and light grayish-green horizontal stripes
Bromeliads and Heart Leaf Philodendrons pair off nicely in this office planter in Manchester NH.
Guzmania Bromeliads like these are great for flower rotations. Though they won’t reflower in an indoor environment like New England (the sun not being powerful enough as compared to their native, equitorial enviornment) their blooms last sometimes for months before losing color. They come in a variety of colors; yellows, purples, pinks, reds, and oranges.