Learn more about the power of indoor plants

Research proves indoor plants provide a range of cost-cutting, health-boosting and productivity benefits to the workplace.

To find out more see:

Indoor Plants: Feeling at Home in the Workplace
An informative article supported by the European Union that focuses on the health benefits of indoor plants in the workplace to assist employers with the development of a plant policy. This article highlights the many benefits that having plants in the workplace has on both our mental and physical wellbeing.
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Indoor Plants in Office Environments
Emerging evidence suggests that in office settings, exposure to plants and views of vegetation reduces stress, restores attentional capacity, and improves performance on a variety of cognitive tasks.
> Read more

5 Reasons to Have A Plant At Your Desk
We all know that adding a few well-positioned plants brings a welcoming feel to your work space. But aesthetics aren't the only reason to incorporate a touch of green into your office setup. From improving indoor air quality to increasing productivity, here are five reasons to have a plant at your desk.
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The Health Benefits of Pot Plants
Some urban dwellers can spend as much as 22 hours inside and the humble pot plant reduces stress while boosting creativity and indoor air quality. > Read more

Workplace Strategies that Enhance Performance, Health and Wellness
In a Knowledge work economy, people are the engine that keep companies growing, adapting, improving and innovating. > Read more

Pot Plants Really Do Clean Indoor Air
As a result of research at the University of Technology Sydney, clear claims can now be made as to how indoor plants improve air quality, and development of varieties with an even better capacity for cleaning indoor air can begin. > Read more

Research proves indoor plants provide a range of cost-cutting, health-boosting and productivity benefits to the workplace.

To find out more see:

Indoor Plants: Feeling at Home in the Workplace
An informative article supported by the European Union that focuses on the health benefits of indoor plants in the workplace to assist employers with the development of a plant policy. This article highlights the many benefits that having plants in the workplace has on both our mental and physical wellbeing.
> Read more

Indoor Plants in Office Environments
Emerging evidence suggests that in office settings, exposure to plants and views of vegetation reduces stress, restores attentional capacity, and improves performance on a variety of cognitive tasks.
> Read more

5 Reasons to Have A Plant At Your Desk
We all know that adding a few well-positioned plants brings a welcoming feel to your work space. But aesthetics aren't the only reason to incorporate a touch of green into your office setup. From improving indoor air quality to increasing productivity, here are five reasons to have a plant at your desk.
> Read more

The Health Benefits of Pot Plants
Some urban dwellers can spend as much as 22 hours inside and the humble pot plant reduces stress while boosting creativity and indoor air quality. > Read more

Workplace Strategies that Enhance Performance, Health and Wellness
In a Knowledge work economy, people are the engine that keep companies growing, adapting, improving and innovating. > Read more

Pot Plants Really Do Clean Indoor Air
As a result of research at the University of Technology Sydney, clear claims can now be made as to how indoor plants improve air quality, and development of varieties with an even better capacity for cleaning indoor air can begin. > Read more

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