Take Me To Work!

July 5, 2016

The 11th to 15th July 2016 is Plants at Work Week! Highlighting all things leafy in the workplace. We are getting involved along with eFig for a plant filled week.  You might have found one of our plants around London to take to work or maybe you're desk is looking a bit bare. Either way, you can get involved!

 

 

TAKE ME TO WORK!  

Have you found one of our friendly plants asking to come to work with you? These little plants are called Spathiphyllum or Peace Lilies and are one of the best plants for cleaning toxins from indoor air.

 

We'd love you to tweet or email us a picture of your new desk plant for the chance to win an orchid display delivered to your desk!

 

We hope you're enjoying the company of your new air cleaning workmate. 

 

 

BARE DESK?

If your work space is looking a little sparse, why not tweet us a picture during Plants at Work Week and tell us why a plant would improve your desk? You'll be in with the chance to win a lovely desk plant, delivered to you. (London desks only!)

 

Use #plantsatworkweek to get involved

 

 

Lean office environments have been shown to be unproductive and 'toxic' to human well being. When you can see a plant from your desk you are likely to perform and feel better. This makes for a nicer place of business and better work produced. You can find out more about this research on our Why Plants page.

 

You can follow all the goings on during Plants at Work Week and find our more using #plantsatworkweek and visit the eFig website for more on indoor planting and why plants at work are such a necessary addition.

 

If you are in need of some well cared for plants in your office, have a look at Our Services to see how we can help you create a beautiful and more productive work place.

 

 

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