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Display Tips for Office Flowers

By Simon Crowther @prestigeflower

Display tips for office flowers

When choosing the perfect flowers of plants for your office, it's important to look for something that will be as easy to tend to as possible. This is why so many people choose high quality silk flowers or potted plants that require minimal care. As far as displaying your flowers or plant, you should remember these helpful hints.

One great place to set your flowers or plant is in the customer lounge or foyer as a way of giving each client a warm welcome. Plants, fresh flowers, and artificial flowers are all great for this kind of display and it's perfect for creating a positive atmosphere. Flowers are known for improving your mood which is something we could all benefit from!

If you choose a plant that enjoys extra sunlight, then you can make the most of it by placing it in one of your windows. Whether you want to display this plant in your own office or the reception area is up to you. It all depends on the size of the windows, if the windowsill will hold the pot, and if the sun is sufficient and not too much for that particular plant.

Flowers and plants can also be displayed on you desk. It's quite common to see reception areas with a large reception desk. This desk has more than enough space to hold a small or medium vase or potted plant. If you really want to make an impact on your own mood and impress your clients, you should consider placing orchid plants on display for all to enjoy! They do require extra humidity so don't forget to place them on a tray of pebbles with water. This water will evaporate slowly and create the perfect humid environment for your orchid!

Finally, if you don't have too much space, you can always consider a hanging plant. Enjoy the beauty without giving up any desk space! There are a number of fantastic hanging plants available and, again, it's all about choosing one that won't require too much attention.


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