Archive for January 2019

What is the Best Topdressing for Interior Plants?

Topdressing for Interior Plantscapes Walk into any office or public building and you might not immediately notice the topdressing chosen for surrounding plants. A lot of planning goes into details like topdressing, the staging material that covers the soil surface of any potted plant. Indoor Plantscaping is Different Most plantscapes incorporate this staging material into an overall design. It’s an entirely different process when you are working indoors than when you’re gardening outside. Many products meant to be applied outdoors can come with odors, allergens, attract new pests or can even be a fire hazard. It’s just not as simple…

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Ways to Brand Your Office with Plants

Showcasing a strong visual identity not only differentiates you from your competitors but it’s what makes your brand memorable. Office plants give businesses a cohesive and professional look and also add a wow factor! Planterra’s national account program offers plant branding for companies with multiple locations and delivers consistent, reliable and unified interior landscaping. Here are some great ways you can brand your office with plants. Keep it consistent: Branding is all about consistency. Your office plants should be as cohesive as possible across all locations. This can be a challenge, especially for companies with offices from coast to coast.…

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How can plants improve air quality?

How can plants improve air quality? Plants can benefit your health – and it isn’t just possible when they are rooted outside. Bringing plants indoors can actually improve the quality and health of the air that surrounds us. They carry both practical and aesthetic benefits when planning an indoor plantscape. How indoor plants clean the air Plants clean the air through the process of photosynthesis. As humans breathe in oxygen and breathe out carbon dioxide, plants do the opposite. They absorb light, carbon dioxide, and water to manufacture sugar. This chemical process creates oxygen as a byproduct. Regardless of how…

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