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Plant Walls Enhance Work-Life Balance

Covid-19 changed the way we work, and we don’t just mean working remotely. The hot topic of work-life balance took center stage as people tried to figure out this new normal – and realized they liked it. Since the great return to the office, dress codes have relaxed, hybrid work is more common and, most

2023-01-24T16:04:13-07:00January 24th, 2023|Natural Wellness|

How Biophilia Helps Mental Health to Get Your Employees Through the Winter Slump

As winter takes hold across the country, plants may not be the only one’s wilting. It’s not uncommon for people to feel fatigue, sadness and have a hard time concentrating this time of year. We have an easy way for you to help your employees overcome their own winter slump: biophilia helps mental health problems.

2023-01-24T16:04:07-07:00January 11th, 2023|Biophilic Design|

Biophilic Design’s Role In The Future of Work in 2023

As 2022 comes to a close, the business world is looking to 2023 and the trends that will keep them ahead. The way we work is constantly changing and, in the wake of work from home initiatives, the future of work will look significantly different than the past. Biophilic Office Design as a Trend The

2022-12-20T17:08:04-07:00December 20th, 2022|Biophilic Design, Featured|

Say Goodbye to a Stark Office and Hello to Biophilic Design

Office Plant Designs Enhance Your Space Office design is changing – and for the better. Designers are bringing in more creative furniture, better colors, dynamic lighting and, of course, plants into the workplace. Biophilic office plant design is becoming a staple in modern design philosophy. Here’s quick refresher on why office plants should be in

2022-12-20T17:08:11-07:00December 20th, 2022|Biophilic Design, Indoor Living Walls, MossWallArt™|

Have Yourself a Plant Solutions Christmas

The holiday install season is upon us! And we just finished decorating homes and businesses around the valley. We have eight different series that feature individually designed trees, wreaths, garlands, column sprays, poinsettias and branch displays. In order, the most popular Christmas decoration colors this year were: Champagne Toast A fusion of ivory, soft gold

2022-12-16T11:56:49-07:00December 16th, 2022|Holiday Decorations|

Light, Water and Air: The Science Behind Plants

Understanding how your plants work can keep them healthy. And, honestly, we find it so fascinating -- it’s why we do what we do! Caring for plants doesn’t take a green thumb, just understanding them better does. Let’s start with the basics. Through photosynthesis, plants can turn sunlight into sugar, which acts as energy for

2022-12-08T09:16:08-07:00November 28th, 2022|Indoor Landscape|

Meet the *It* Plants of 2023

Can you have too many plants? We fervently believe the answer is no! But if you’re tired of fiddle leaf figs, Monsteras and pothos then we have the scoop on 2023 picks for up-and-coming indoor plants and style trends. Alocasia Black VelvetFrench artist Pierre-Auguste Renoir once said, “the queen of all colors [is] black” and

2022-12-01T11:07:48-07:00November 22nd, 2022|Biophilic Design|

How Office Plants Can Help You Hire – And Keep! – New Employees

On average, people will spend one-third of their working life in an office. So, it shouldn’t be a surprise that there is a correlation between office design, including plants, and recruitment! According to data from Saracen Interiors, 43 percent of candidates rejected offers from companies with uninspiring office designs. Another study by CBRE found that

2022-12-09T10:11:24-07:00November 14th, 2022|Plant Health & Wellness|

How the Biggest US Companies are Integrating Biophilic Design into their Headquarters.

The connection between nature and well-being is no longer a theory. Harvard physician Eva M. Selhub said, “Nature stimulates reward neurons in your brain. It turns off the stress response, which means you have lower cortisol levels, lower heart rate and blood pressure, and improved immune response.” In short, bringing nature into your workspace is

2022-10-20T15:19:14-07:00October 20th, 2022|Biophilic Design, Indoor Landscape|
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