Getting Started with Plants

When considering whether to invest in plants for your work place, consider this –  work place stress costs American businesses up to $190 billion every year; in healthcare costs alone. Bringing nature into the office can have a big impact on employee well-being, reduce sickness and absenteeism. The cost is clearly worth the results received […]

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Raimondi Horticultural Group is the First Business in New Jersey To Earn Green Certification

Raimondi Horticultural Group, Inc. has been named the first business in New Jersey to attain certification by t he Green Earth – Green Plants® program. The certification recognizes environmentally – responsible practices and a pledge to operate in an ecologically – friendly manner . A rigorous assessment rated the Raimondi Horticultural Group’s indoor and outdoor […]

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Cactus Varieties to Improve Your Work Space

What color do you think of when you think of your office? Is it green? If not, your office may need to take a look at the WELL Building Standard. Plants and natural elements can drastically improve a work space. By including live plants in your office space, the mental and psychological health of your […]

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Decreasing Building Vulnerability to Bioterrorist Threats with Interior Plants

Since September 11, 2001 the odds of a biological chemical attack in America have greatly increased. An attack such as this could be devastating to a massive number of Americans while having severe economic consequences. The most likely approach terrorists might use is to employ an aerosolizer to release biological and chemical warfare agents into […]

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Plant Power

New research indicates that the adequate installation of plants can deliver a solid return on investment. […]

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Seven Steps to Feeding Mind, Soul Through Interior Plants

We’ve been sharing the many benefits of the WELL Building Standard which furthers the idea that employees favor working – and generally being around – a natural or nature-based setting over stark, drab interiors made of cement and other hardscape materials that dominated design thinking of years past. Simply put, adding plants into the workplace […]

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New Office Trends Focus on Fitness, Comfort

Returning to the office after a weekend of outdoor activities surrounded by trees and green space can be a bummer. Particularly if the office is comprised of drab divider walls and stark interior colors. Such a reality can have a short- and long-term negative impact on office employees or hotel guests as people are naturally […]

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Interior plantscape companies launch peer group

KANSAS CITY, Mo. – Five industry-leading interior plantscape companies have recently formed an executive level Peer Group focused on being “Innovative Green Industry Leaders”. The group, named Pinnacle V, have launched a new logo and website alongside their formation. The five business owners met in Fort Lauderdale, FL earlier this year to discuss the potential […]

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Little Flower Shoppe in the News

Bergen Health & Life – Anne Miller and the magazine’s art director, Meredith McBride-Kipp teamed up to create “Winter White” – a four-page showcase for the magazine’s December issue. They urge readers to “curb the urge to use your old red and green holiday decorations…and embrace a new palette.” The piece also appears on Meredith’s […]

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