A Different Kind of Office Plant Company

“I have no plants in my house. They won’t live for me. Some of them don’t even wait to die, they commit suicide.”

– Jerry Seinfeld

We Dig Plants!

When it comes to plants for your office, our goal is to always provide our clients with the highest level of service that we can by consistently going above and beyond what is expected of us.

We enjoy making it easy for you to incorporate beautiful green plants into your space, adding life and beauty to your indoor environment.

By always practicing consistent professional integrity towards our customers; by being flexible, responsive, and maintaining the highest standards, we earn a 93% customer retention rating year after year–we figure we’re doing something right!

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Quality Means Doing It Right When No One Is Looking

–Henry Ford

We really love what we do.

As an organization, we have tremendous employees. They have fantastic rapport with our customers and support each other in properly servicing your plants.

We are picky about who we hire–we tend to favor affable, flexible folks who are pleasant yet won’t talk your ear off.  You’ll enjoy working with everyone in our organization, from your plant technician to our service team and office personnel.

Bringing Plants and People Together

Yes, of course we love the plants, and we love taking care of them.  But more so, we love serving and interacting with our customers. Even with as many clients as we have, if you ever need to reach out to us for something you’ll find out that we still remember every client we service on a first name basis.

To learn more about our fantastic staff, visit our staff bio page HERE


To learn about the benefits of indoor plants, check out our Benefits page, or view our Portfolio Of Plant Installations


You can also view some Testimonials and the latest Blog posts, as well as learn about our Charitable program Plants for Paws

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