Posted on October 2, 2018
By now we’ve all learned the many, many positive health benefits for owning and caring for indoor plants. From improving the air quality by removing toxins and reducing stress levels to helping your staff to focus better and improve their productivity, what’s stopping you from getting some indoor plants?
Posted on September 12, 2018
Are your staff finding it difficult to concentrate or even taking days off because they’re suffering from headaches, allergies or eye irritations? It might be time for a NASA intervention! By this, we mean adding some of the best NASA-approved air-filtering plants to your office space to combat allergy-inducing toxins in the air.
Posted on August 2, 2018
While most of us love our indoor plants for their beauty – naturally of course – you might be surprised by what you don’t know about your indoor plants. We’ve compiled ‘9 Surprising Facts About Indoor Plants’ that will have you falling in love all over again with your ferny friends, for very different reasons!
Posted on July 17, 2018
If you’ve ever owned indoor plants, chances are you’ve probably experienced confusion around why your plants keep wilting, especially when you’ve been doing everything ‘right’ (or so you think!). You’ve been watering them regularly, positioning them near sunlight and sending them happy ‘you-can-do-it’ vibes. You may have even typed into google, ‘Brisbane Plant Doctor’. Unfortunately, there’s lot more involved with caring for your office plants than you may think!
Posted on April 16, 2018
So, you’ve made the decision to deck your office out with indoor plants.
Maybe you’ve heard how great office plants are for purifying the office air or you’re interested in the power of plants to transform the design and décor of your office.
Posted on March 7, 2018
- Kicking back and soaking up the sunshine at pristine beach destinations;
- Enjoying outdoor gatherings with our loved ones; and
- Making the most of the warmer days and longer light.
Posted on December 7, 2017
With Christmas fast approaching, you might be thinking about how you’re going to decorate your home or office and spread the cheer this season. But if the thought of pulling out a dusty plastic tree and putting up the same decorations you’ve had for decades isn’t so appealing anymore, you might consider breaking out of your rut and giving your family or colleagues a brighter, healthier, Christmas this year—with real, living plants.
Posted on November 3, 2017
While most of us already know that plants generate the oxygen we breathe, more people every day are reading about just how effective they are in removing toxic chemical compounds and pollutants from our air. And while there’s plenty of clean, fresh O2 in the great outdoors around Brisbane, the sad truth is that because of the nature of working in a major metropolitan area, not many of us have the luxury of getting out there every day.
Very few business owners have more than a blink of time available to design their workplaces. And with a pervading cultural belief that utilitarian minimalism is more professional, it’s most common for corporate and commercial work environments to favour sparse, monochromatic, and otherwise unstimulating interior design choices.