Five Plants That Are Easy To Maintain
Plants and flowers can brighten up an office space and provide countless benefits for workers and clients. However, maintaining office flowers requires differing degrees of time, money and effort depending on their species. Withered, rotting or shedding plants are not a good look for any room and can make their owners appear lazy or neglectful. The following species are a few examples of beautiful plants which are easy to look after, even for the most forgetful owner:
1. English Ivy
English Ivy is a robust plant which can wend its way around furniture and walls, giving a feel of indoor luxuriance and evoking a feeling of calm. Owners of English Ivy need only water it every so often and, if the plant gets too long and cumbersome, trim the stems.
2. Many Types Of Cactus
Cacti can be some of the easiest plants to maintain. After all, they are designed to endure long periods of time without water. There are a huge variety of cacti on offer so every type of office design will have a cactus to suit it. In terms of maintenance, simply make sure the cactus is watered every week or so.
3. Rubber Tree
Rubber trees are great for spacious offices which could do with a little bit of added colour, as their leaves are a brilliant emerald green and they can grow to around 8 feet tall. These plants thrive in fairly warm and bright rooms, and are very robust.
4. Peace Lily
As well as being easy to maintain, peace lilies are a beautiful addition to any room due to their opulent white flowers and dark green leaves. It is a great plant for rooms without many windows, as it prefers low levels of light.
Aloe is a great plant for those with little space, as it is compact, attractive and very easy to look after. To make sure your aloe thrives, make sure its soil is kept relatively dry by avoiding over-watering.
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