If you are looking for plants for your office, then you want to make sure you get the right ones. If you don't, then it can be a waste of money as the plants can quickly die on you or they can cause other issues that lead to you needing to get rid of them. Here are some of the things you should look for in plants that will prove to be the right plants for an office setting:
Consider plastic plants: If you don't have anything against plastic plants, then these may be the right choice for your office if you know that you aren't very good with keeping plants alive for very long. However, if you do go with plastic plants, then you do need to be prepared to dust them often because they can tend to gather dust easily.
Choose plants with large leaves: You may want to go with plants that have large leaves to them. The reason for this is you won't end up needing to do a lot of cleaning up after small leaves that will eventually fall off of the plant and be blown throughout your office space. You will also be able to dust off a plant with large leaves easier without worrying about damaging it.
Choose good-sized plants: If you are going through the trouble of buying plants for your office, then you may as well stick with medium to large sized plants. Small plants won't be as noticeable for anyone who visits your office and they can even be easier for you to forget when it comes to making sure that you water them often enough.
Choose plants that don't require as much water: Your best bet will be to go with plants that don't need watering as often as some of the others do. This way, you won't have to worry about the plant if you have a long weekend or even a vacation coming up where you won't be in the office for more than a few days. If you really don't want to worry about watering a plant regularly, then you can even go with some succulents. Succulents are also referred to as 'water storage plants' because they can go for long lengths of time without water and still stay healthy.
Go with plants that are flexible with their required lighting: By going with a plant that can do well in both dim and bright lighting, you can put it wherever you want in the office and know that it will do just fine.
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19 September 2017
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