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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

2023-06-14T14:33:27-07:00November 14th, 2022|Featured, 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

2023-06-14T14:33:28-07:00October 20th, 2022|Biophilic Design, Featured, Indoor Landscape|

The Truth about Pets and Plants

House plants allow us to bring the outside in. For many, being close to nature is calming and influences our mental state. Plants purify the air and reduce the number of harmful substances that we breathe in. They can help turn a house into a home and create a personal respite from the rest of

2023-06-14T14:33:29-07:00October 17th, 2022|Featured, Indoor Landscape|

Jump Start Your Green Thumb

The perfect guide for new plant parents Ever since the COVID-19 pandemic, indoor plants have been ruling the interior decorating scene. From hanging plants to giant statement plants, bringing the outdoors in has never been more in style. And for good reason! Having indoor plants has been shown to reduce stress levels, boost your mood

2023-06-14T14:33:30-07:00October 6th, 2022|Featured, Horticulture|

CALA Senna House

In the heart of the downtown Scottsdale entertainment district is the Senna House Scottsdale hotel, part of the Curio Collection by Hilton. A self-proclaimed urban oasis, this boutique hotel created its relaxing environment with the help of Plant Solutions. Senna House opened its doors in December of 2021. After learning about Plant Solutions online, they

2023-06-14T14:33:31-07:00October 4th, 2022|Biophilic Design, Featured, Indoor Landscape|

Color and Biophilic Design – The Power of Green

The color of the plants in your space play in important role in how they make you feel. In case you didn’t know, here at Plant Solutions we are huge believers in the power of biophilic design! This philosophy has been found to support cognitive function, physical health and psychological well-being. Have you ever wondered

2023-06-14T14:33:32-07:00September 23rd, 2022|Biophilic Design, Featured|

How Biophilic Design Benefits Learning Environments

We’re all looking for ways to be less stressed – yoga, meditation, you name it. What if we told you that being around plants was a proven way to relax? A study in 2003 by Nancy Wells and Gary Evans found that stress was lower among children that spent more time in nature than those

Nationwide Pop Culture Collectible Brand Calls on Plant Solutions for Natural Wellness in Its New Distribution Facility

Funko Inc. toy company goes green in its Arizona-based 958,000-square-foot-warehouse Leading pop culture and lifestyle brand Funko Inc. came to Plant Solutions with a desire to feel a stronger connection to the natural world. Best known for their licensed vinyl figurines and bobble heads, the American manufacturing company wanted their warehouse employees to feel more

2023-06-14T14:33:34-07:00July 29th, 2022|Featured, Natural Wellness|

Top 5 Low Light Indoor Plants

How to enjoy low light indoor plants — no green thumb required Any room can benefit from a little greenery. If the idea of keeping a plant alive seems daunting, you may be surprised to know that many low light indoor plants are easy to care for and can withstand a bit of neglect. This

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