From the beginning of civilized societies plants have great significance, not only plants give oxygen, remove harmful substances from the air, more interestingly some plants are known to be luck boosters,
In Scriptures, Vaastu and Feng Sui, keeping them indoors or outdoors helps to bring happiness and prosperity in life. These wonderful plants add to the beauty of interiors, and landscapes around offices or homes.
Feng Shui emphasizes on plating the plants which are useful for the environment, Feng Shui makes it clear
“Any plant believed to purify the air is an excellent choice to be kept near or in the houses, choose flowering plants with round or smooth-edged leaves or canopy and leaves that are clustered, higher number of leaves is more better.
Most of us work in an office of some sort, be that in a cubicle or home office. Wherever you work it should be a pleasant space with sufficient light, air and decor. A live plant brings the outdoors in and provides some balance to the work space.
It can serve as a focus for a meditation moment that allows us to continue working with greater efficiency and comfort. The so called “Lucky Bamboo” is one plant that thrives indoors whether or not you have a green thumb.
Peace lilies do enjoy high humidity and grow best in warm environments, but are quick to adapt of virtually any conditions so long as their very minimal light requirements are met.
its leaves (round, flat, heart-shaped, dark green, and plump) resemble coins. It is a perennial and may be grown as either a trailer or a climber.
Young plants bear three- to four-inch-long heart-shaped leaves. This plant is grown mainly indoors.
philodendron is probably the hardiest office plant currently known to man. With it’s tolerance for very low light levels, relative comfort in dry office air and remarkable resistance to under/over-watering,
This is the first office plant we would choose for the inexperienced grower and dimmest, darkest office environments.
No list of hardy indoor or office plants would be complete without mention of the virtually indestructible snake plant. It is one of the most adaptable houseplants, especially in terms of light requirements. It can thrive in part sun and also grow well in purely indirect light, and relatively weak light at that.
This plant consists of long and stiff, strap like leaves that contort slightly as they extend toward sharp tips. There are many varieties of snake plant, with some possessing subtle vertical striping and others coming in a bright slate grey. Perhaps the most common and recognizable variety is that typified by deep green leaves bordered by prominent yellow margins.
Last but certainly not least is the “ZZ” plant, more technically named Zamioculcas zamiifolia – this is definitely one of the most intriguing office plants of all.
Due to it’s adaptation to the slightly drier grassland and savannah habitats, you will want to keep this plant in fast-draining soil and take care not to leave it wet soil. Beyond that, however, simply water as you would any other houseplant by letting the surface soil layers dry slightly between waterings.
Recommended Planters : Planters by Size
Choose planters according to size required for your plants for various purposes and locations.
Buy ready to use nutrient rich soil:
In general use a soil-based compost placed over a generous layer of drainage material such as earthenware crocks, pebbles or gravel. Water and feed regularly, especially while plants are bearing flowers and fruit, when a high-potash fertilizer is recommended.
Buy Decorative Pebbles :
Decorate planters or garden landscapes with these decorative pebbles :
Using pebbles in a garden brings different colours and textures to the garden. Pebbles can also fill up otherwise empty space in the garden, leaving a visual that might be considered more interesting and aesthetic than simple dirt, soil or mulch.