You probably spend at least 8 hours a day in your work office and for that time you want to have your own place with right decorations for proper work atmosphere.
Small accessories like pictures on wall, interesting notes in different colors, pens, are just one of the pieces that you want so you can be more creative.
But do you have a green plants in your work office?
Having green plants in office make your work atmosphere more relaxed, even if it is stress situation, It is also great for resting your eyes and clearing the air. They also will make our office more beautiful. So on Monday bring a plant in the office and make your start of the work week more beautiful.
Here are some of the plants that you can place in your office:
The lucky bamboo is a popular desk office plant which may bring you some good fortune (if not it will improve the look of your desk area). These plants can grow in soil or water and are sold braided for their attractiveness. Caring for them is very easy – when they are grown in a vase of water, although you must change this water once a week. Provide the luck bamboo with a nice bright spot without direct sun, if possible.
Madagascar dragon trees are extremely popular indoor plants and they’re as tough as plants get when faced with neglect. They make a great tall tree like office plant, although they take quite a few years to mature in height. For an office they’re best bought when they have already grown up to 4ft or more, ready for the place they will be displayed. This is a very easy species to manage suitable for offices.
Peace lilies are the ideal plants to grow within an office because they’re attractive, remove pollutants well, and survive well on basic care instructions. Up to 3 or more white spathes (flower) with a spadix in the center bloom and sit above the glossy oval shaped elongated leaves. Peace lilies can be placed in many locations within an office including windowsills, on tables or desks. Provide these with bright light then they will flourish.
Kentia palms make a suitable reception area plant and stand tall, growing up to 10ft tall. These can be purchased from garden centers when they’ve already matured and grown up to 6ft, but they’re not cheap. The wide fronds (leaves) on the kentia arch over slightly and grow to over a foot long. Like all palms they need good drainage to prevent the roots from rotting.
Bunny Ear Cactus
The bunny ear cactus is a desert type cacti plant which grows well with very little water and plenty of light, like most other desert cacti. It’s named bunny ears because of the rabbit shaped formation of the pads. It’s also known as the polka dot cactus because of the dots that protrude and cover the pads. The only issue a grower may have is they need some time during the winter to rest.