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“ I grow plants for many reasons: to please my eye or to please my soul…David Hobson Upgrade With a Plant Offices are stifling places; there are unnatural florescent lights, tightly packed cubicles, drab, stark decor and all around its kind of a blah place to be. So get a plant! Depending on the amount of space you have, and how inspired you want to be, different plants will offer different functions. From easy to take care of plants, to plants that are great conversation pieces to ones that can actually filter the air around your cubicle there is no shortage of options. Just remember two very important (overlooked) points when you are choosing your new plants . Plants that produce pollen and smell good may cause allergic reaction in some of your co- workers. So it is best to avoid these types of plants and stick only with those types which will sit well with others. The cactus is easy to take care of. It requires little water and comes in a variety of colors and sizes. You can get a variety of them and create garden. Just be careful where you put them; they poke. Lucky Bamboo requires very little light. In fact it prefers to be kept out of the direct sun-light. It can be planted in soil or a soil-less mixture or even in a simple vase of water with marbles or pebbles at the bottom where the roots to bind. Always keep it well watered, one to two inches above the roots. Sansevieria plants are very easy to take care of and grow well in low light. There are a few different variations of the plant the Laurentii being the heartiest. It needs to be lightly watered only when dry. Like most plants the size of the pot will determine the size it will grow to. If you are in an office with little or no natural sunlight… Don’t buy a plant that needs an abundance of light. Sounds simple, but you’d be surprised. To help you along I did some research and found a few plants that would be great for the office. They are all easy to care for, provide great color and will help filter your work environment. The ZZ plant fits just about every need of what a new indoor plant introduction should be. Handles low light, low water use, tough under indoor conditions, handles neglect well " id="pdf-obj-0-2" src="pdf-obj-0-2.jpg">
“ I grow plants for many reasons: to please my eye or to please my soul…David Hobson Upgrade With a Plant Offices are stifling places; there are unnatural florescent lights, tightly packed cubicles, drab, stark decor and all around its kind of a blah place to be. So get a plant! Depending on the amount of space you have, and how inspired you want to be, different plants will offer different functions. From easy to take care of plants, to plants that are great conversation pieces to ones that can actually filter the air around your cubicle there is no shortage of options. Just remember two very important (overlooked) points when you are choosing your new plants . Plants that produce pollen and smell good may cause allergic reaction in some of your co- workers. So it is best to avoid these types of plants and stick only with those types which will sit well with others. The cactus is easy to take care of. It requires little water and comes in a variety of colors and sizes. You can get a variety of them and create garden. Just be careful where you put them; they poke. Lucky Bamboo requires very little light. In fact it prefers to be kept out of the direct sun-light. It can be planted in soil or a soil-less mixture or even in a simple vase of water with marbles or pebbles at the bottom where the roots to bind. Always keep it well watered, one to two inches above the roots. Sansevieria plants are very easy to take care of and grow well in low light. There are a few different variations of the plant the Laurentii being the heartiest. It needs to be lightly watered only when dry. Like most plants the size of the pot will determine the size it will grow to. If you are in an office with little or no natural sunlight… Don’t buy a plant that needs an abundance of light. Sounds simple, but you’d be surprised. To help you along I did some research and found a few plants that would be great for the office. They are all easy to care for, provide great color and will help filter your work environment. The ZZ plant fits just about every need of what a new indoor plant introduction should be. Handles low light, low water use, tough under indoor conditions, handles neglect well " id="pdf-obj-0-4" src="pdf-obj-0-4.jpg">

I grow plants for many reasons: to please my eye or to please my soul… but mostly for the joy in seeing them grows.

Upgrade With a Plant

Offices are stifling places; there are unnatural florescent lights, tightly packed cubicles, drab, stark decor and all around its kind of a blah place to be.

So get a plant!

Depending on the amount of space you have, and how inspired you want to be, different plants will offer different functions. From easy to take care of plants, to plants that are great conversation pieces to ones that can actually filter the air around your cubicle there is no shortage of options. Just remember two very important (overlooked) points when you are choosing your new plants

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  • Plants that produce pollen and smell good may cause allergic reaction in some of your co- workers. So it is best to avoid these types of plants and stick only with those types which will sit well with others.

“ I grow plants for many reasons: to please my eye or to please my soul…David Hobson Upgrade With a Plant Offices are stifling places; there are unnatural florescent lights, tightly packed cubicles, drab, stark decor and all around its kind of a blah place to be. So get a plant! Depending on the amount of space you have, and how inspired you want to be, different plants will offer different functions. From easy to take care of plants, to plants that are great conversation pieces to ones that can actually filter the air around your cubicle there is no shortage of options. Just remember two very important (overlooked) points when you are choosing your new plants . Plants that produce pollen and smell good may cause allergic reaction in some of your co- workers. So it is best to avoid these types of plants and stick only with those types which will sit well with others. The cactus is easy to take care of. It requires little water and comes in a variety of colors and sizes. You can get a variety of them and create garden. Just be careful where you put them; they poke. Lucky Bamboo requires very little light. In fact it prefers to be kept out of the direct sun-light. It can be planted in soil or a soil-less mixture or even in a simple vase of water with marbles or pebbles at the bottom where the roots to bind. Always keep it well watered, one to two inches above the roots. Sansevieria plants are very easy to take care of and grow well in low light. There are a few different variations of the plant the Laurentii being the heartiest. It needs to be lightly watered only when dry. Like most plants the size of the pot will determine the size it will grow to. If you are in an office with little or no natural sunlight… Don’t buy a plant that needs an abundance of light. Sounds simple, but you’d be surprised. To help you along I did some research and found a few plants that would be great for the office. They are all easy to care for, provide great color and will help filter your work environment. The ZZ plant fits just about every need of what a new indoor plant introduction should be. Handles low light, low water use, tough under indoor conditions, handles neglect well " id="pdf-obj-0-28" src="pdf-obj-0-28.jpg">

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“ I grow plants for many reasons: to please my eye or to please my soul…David Hobson Upgrade With a Plant Offices are stifling places; there are unnatural florescent lights, tightly packed cubicles, drab, stark decor and all around its kind of a blah place to be. So get a plant! Depending on the amount of space you have, and how inspired you want to be, different plants will offer different functions. From easy to take care of plants, to plants that are great conversation pieces to ones that can actually filter the air around your cubicle there is no shortage of options. Just remember two very important (overlooked) points when you are choosing your new plants . Plants that produce pollen and smell good may cause allergic reaction in some of your co- workers. So it is best to avoid these types of plants and stick only with those types which will sit well with others. The cactus is easy to take care of. It requires little water and comes in a variety of colors and sizes. You can get a variety of them and create garden. Just be careful where you put them; they poke. Lucky Bamboo requires very little light. In fact it prefers to be kept out of the direct sun-light. It can be planted in soil or a soil-less mixture or even in a simple vase of water with marbles or pebbles at the bottom where the roots to bind. Always keep it well watered, one to two inches above the roots. Sansevieria plants are very easy to take care of and grow well in low light. There are a few different variations of the plant the Laurentii being the heartiest. It needs to be lightly watered only when dry. Like most plants the size of the pot will determine the size it will grow to. If you are in an office with little or no natural sunlight… Don’t buy a plant that needs an abundance of light. Sounds simple, but you’d be surprised. To help you along I did some research and found a few plants that would be great for the office. They are all easy to care for, provide great color and will help filter your work environment. The ZZ plant fits just about every need of what a new indoor plant introduction should be. Handles low light, low water use, tough under indoor conditions, handles neglect well " id="pdf-obj-0-77" src="pdf-obj-0-77.jpg">

Lucky Bamboo requires very little light. In fact it prefers to be kept out of the direct sun-light. It can be planted in soil or a soil-less mixture or even in a simple vase of water with marbles or pebbles at the bottom where the roots to bind. Always keep it well watered, one to two inches above the roots.

“ I grow plants for many reasons: to please my eye or to please my soul…David Hobson Upgrade With a Plant Offices are stifling places; there are unnatural florescent lights, tightly packed cubicles, drab, stark decor and all around its kind of a blah place to be. So get a plant! Depending on the amount of space you have, and how inspired you want to be, different plants will offer different functions. From easy to take care of plants, to plants that are great conversation pieces to ones that can actually filter the air around your cubicle there is no shortage of options. Just remember two very important (overlooked) points when you are choosing your new plants . Plants that produce pollen and smell good may cause allergic reaction in some of your co- workers. So it is best to avoid these types of plants and stick only with those types which will sit well with others. The cactus is easy to take care of. It requires little water and comes in a variety of colors and sizes. You can get a variety of them and create garden. Just be careful where you put them; they poke. Lucky Bamboo requires very little light. In fact it prefers to be kept out of the direct sun-light. It can be planted in soil or a soil-less mixture or even in a simple vase of water with marbles or pebbles at the bottom where the roots to bind. Always keep it well watered, one to two inches above the roots. Sansevieria plants are very easy to take care of and grow well in low light. There are a few different variations of the plant the Laurentii being the heartiest. It needs to be lightly watered only when dry. Like most plants the size of the pot will determine the size it will grow to. If you are in an office with little or no natural sunlight… Don’t buy a plant that needs an abundance of light. Sounds simple, but you’d be surprised. To help you along I did some research and found a few plants that would be great for the office. They are all easy to care for, provide great color and will help filter your work environment. The ZZ plant fits just about every need of what a new indoor plant introduction should be. Handles low light, low water use, tough under indoor conditions, handles neglect well " id="pdf-obj-0-82" src="pdf-obj-0-82.jpg">

Sansevieria plants are very easy to take care of and grow well in low light. There are a few different variations of the plant the Laurentii being the heartiest. It needs to be lightly watered only when dry. Like most plants the size of the pot will determine the size it will grow to.

If you are in an office with little or no natural sunlight… Don’t buy a plant
If
you are in an office with little or no natural
sunlight… Don’t buy a plant that needs an
abundance of light. Sounds simple, but you’d be
surprised.
To help you along I did some research and found a few
plants that would be great for the office. They are all easy
to care for, provide great color and will help filter your
work environment.
The ZZ plant fits just about every need of
what a new indoor plant introduction
should be. Handles low light, low water
use, tough under indoor conditions,
handles neglect well