Posts By: Foliage Design Systems

Mass Cane

A Mass cane (Dracaena frangrans “Massangeana” or Dracaena fragrans) needs to habituate to the environment and the riskiest time is in the first few months. It your Mass cane is in good shape after 6 to 8 months; it can go years. Starting with transporting the often-top heavy canes, you’ll need to either have it delivered… Read more »

Green Plants for Green Building Fundraiser

Looks like the Green Plants for Green Buildings 70s Theme Party was a lot of fun!  Not only did they have a great time, but they also raised over $20,000  for an educational video on the many advantages of using plants indoors.  Pictured are board members Janice Goodman, Mike Senneff, Mike Lewis,  and Sean Campbell…. Read more »

Foliage Design Annual Meeting

Foliage Design Systems had its annual meeting at the Caribe Royale this year. Some of the attendees went to visit the Coke Versa Living Wall at Disney Springs after our meetings. The green wall was installed by GSKY, and is maintained by Foliage Design of Orlando. The Versa wall is made up of 1,949 4″… Read more »

Renting Plants to Enhance Your Event

The success of any event is based on various factors, one of which is the overall design. For example, does the interior design reflect the theme and occasion? Does the design make your guests feel comfortable and evoke emotion towards the event? While décor and a skilled event planner can help bring your imagination to… Read more »

Are Artificial and Silk Plants the Same?

Unsurprisingly, the silk plant name derives from a special process that entails people taking faux plants and sewing them with silk fabrics. Today, the name “silk plants” and “artificial plants” are one in the same; however, the majority of these faux plants are created using synthetic materials. Artificial or silk plants and flowers are created… Read more »

Are You Overwatering Your Plant?

Indoor plants can bring life, peace and tranquility into your home or office, but not if you overwater them! Sure, many of us understand that not enough water can kill your beautiful desk or table plant, but often, we fail to realize that overwatering can do just as much harm. How do you know if… Read more »