The Khloros Guide to BiophiliaAugust 10, 2023
Happy National Indoor Plant Week!September 18, 2023
Having plants is amazing, but it can be a bit daunting to take care of them regularly and sometimes we might forget to check on their wellbeing when we have other tasks. That is what makes plant services so great. Plant services include watering plants, replacing old plants, using organic pest control, and making sure they are healthy overall. Khloros provides indoor plant maintenance year-round, keeping your plants looking good. No more trying to remember if you watered that plant! We got you covered.
Why Do I Need Plant Maintenance?
Healthy plants are such a great way to make a space beautiful. However, it is important to maintain your plants and provide them with proper care. Pests on plants can develop and your plant won’t look the best that they can. Luckily, Khloros provides indoor plant rental services for our customers. We help maintain plants to keep your space looking green with our consistent care. Our team is also trained in pest prevention and organic pest control options to ensure your safety and ours.
Benefits of Indoor Plants
The benefits of indoor plants are plentiful, as you may already know. Indoor plants have the ability to reduce stress, especially stress at work in corporate offices, and increase productivity and employee retention. Moreover, plants have been shown to improve mental health due their stress relief benefits. Clean air is also another benefit of indoor plants as they can purify the air in a space. With our indoor plant rental services, Khloros curates healthy and productive environments for your office spaces.
Not sure what plants work best in an office? No problem! Here are some of the most common ones. First, we have the Ficus benjamina. This plant is the perfect indoor-sized tree. Next is Ficus lyrata, also known as a Fiddle Leaf Fig and is an iconic indoor office plant. The third indoor office plant we’d recommend is the pothos. Pothos is on the smaller scale, which makes it perfect as a table or desk decoration and it can even be used as a hanging plant. Sansevieria, another option, has leaves that stick upright and have a unique pattern on them that make them pop in any office. This next plant is so cool: not only does it have a leaf pattern like Sansevieria, but it can also have hints of red! I am talking about the Chinese evergreen, or Aglaonema, which is incredibly pretty when parts of its leaves turn from green to a reddish-pink. The last indoor plant on our list of the most common office plants is the Dracaena marginata. It has a long stem with long, skinny leaves. All these plants are a great way to spruce up your office and get all those amazing benefits that these plants offer. If you want to learn more about these plants, as well as any other plants you are interested in, be sure to check out our catalogue! And if you see something you like, let us know and we can get you started with finding the perfect routine plant maintenance plan.
Most Common Office Plants
Aside from our maintenance schedules, we also offer a variety of services and consultations. Khloros does moss wall and green wall installations for corporate spaces designed and tailored for our clients. Our catalog of blooming plants and fresh flowers is very useful in aiding your search for the perfect plants. We also do amazing holiday décor! Christmas trees, wreathes, menorahs, you name it. Contact us to bring your dream office space to life.