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 […]
At Raimondi Horticultural Group, we thrive on opportunities to share the benefits of incorporating plants into your work space, hotel or corporate campus. Plants can help employees focus, think more creatively and even breathe easier thanks to the ability of plants to purify the air.
The benefits are undeniable, but sometimes space constraints may restrict you from installing large floor planters or indoor trees. Don’t despair! If you have a smaller office space, try considering smaller indoor plants or desk plants into your office.
The opportunity to contribute to the creation of thriving spaces that support human health and well-being is at the core of Raimondi Horticultural Group’s interior efforts.
Many people are aware of succulents and lucky bamboo. These plants easily fit in a cubicle or a small centerpiece for a meeting room table. However, did you know that there are many other varieties of small plants available?
The string of pearls plant, for example, is a small plant rapidly gaining popularity for its unique appearance and pearl-like foliage. Many like to stick this plant in a hanging planter to show off its trailing greenery and to smartly use their space. There are lots of small plants to choose from and many different ways to style them.
To help you get started, ProFlowers created a guide to the best small indoor plants for small spaces. They include a list of some of the most popular tiny plants along with the care guidelines for each. It’s important to note these requirements to make sure your workplace can provide the right care.
For example, aloe vera plants prefer full sun so they may not last if you don’t have enough natural light coming into your space. This guide also includes styling tips for your space along the bottom so you can envision how to incorporate plants into your workplace while maximizing the available wall, floor and table space you have.
Locally, the Raimondi Horticultural Group employs an experienced team of designers who understand current guidelines and recommendations for quality interior environments including air and water standards. We work with commercial building owners and property managers every day who are realizing a return on investment within a year after implementing WELL standards and biophilic design.