Category: Indoor Office Plants

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 »

Keep These Low-Maintenance Plants on Your Desk at Work

Keep These Low-Maintenance Plants on Your Desk at Work

Looking for creative ways to liven up your desk at work? A little foliage can go a long way! There are plenty of low-maintenance plant species that you can keep on your desk without adding a lot of extra work to your day-to-day schedule. Let’s take a look at a few of our favorites. Chinese… 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 »

Caring For Indoor Plants

Indoor plants bring vibrancy, tranquility and radiate a serene atmosphere, but like most things, they do require some care. When you properly maintain your indoor plants, they can bring you many benefits, including reduced energy costs and noise levels. Plants aren’t too needy, and really only require a little TLC. Here are a couple key… Read more »

Can Indoor Plants Make the People Around Them More Creative?

Deep down, human beings have always known that plants improve our environment. Besides providing us with oxygen and the ability to breathe, plants have most definitely been objects of attraction and wonder for as long as we’ve been around. It’s why we’ve come to appreciate them so much, even inviting them into our living spaces… Read more »