Office Plants

5 Best Plants For Your Office

Brighten up your cubicle with an office friendly plant!

Plants are a great way to add personality and colour to your work space. Besides looking good, they bring lots of other benefits too. They can help purify the air by filtering toxins from everyday items, such as carpets, upholstery and paint, and ozone emissions from office equipment like printers and photocopiers. Source

One study by the University of Exeter found that a desk plant in your office could make you happier, more creative and more productive. Read more

Here are 5 of the best office plants:

Succulents

Succulents are water retaining plants that are adapted to thrive in dry conditions

Centrally heated / air-conditioned offices have notoriously dry air. Succulents thrive with little moisture. Stylish and compact, they’re ideal for smaller workspaces.

Spathiphyllum (Peace Lily)

The peace lily is one of the most popular indoor plants due to its resiliency


This delicate looking plant is surprisingly tough and only needs watering about once a week. And it’s one of the best air purifying plants.

Sansevieria (Mother-in-law’s tongue/Snake Plant)

Sansevieria – almost indestructible with a striking appearance

A beautiful, easy to care for plant. It makes a great low-light houseplant to brighten your office. It’s also a natural defense tool against air pollution.

Philodendron

Philodendron – this trailing plant is one of the easiest, foolproof houseplants

This low maintenance plant will let you get on with your work without needing much attention and is suitable for a wide range of indoor conditions. Water approximately twice a week.

Howea forsteriana (Kentia palm)

Kentia
The Kentia palm will add a tropical feel to your office

This tropical looking plant is known for its air-purifying properties. Low maintenance and happy in a partially shaded spot but try to avoid direct sunlight.

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