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Why Every Office Needs a Potted Plant

By Simon Crowther @prestigeflower

Why every office needs a potted plant

When you think about office décor, it's quite common to imagine decorative mirrors, paintings, and other works of art or even sculptures. It's important to understand the role of potted plants in the work place and how every office can benefit from this kind of aesthetic improvement.

A number of studies have shown that there is a link between positive attitudes and live plants in the office space. A morale boost is not only great for the employees but also the employer. Similar benefits include greater accuracy, improved performance, and an enhanced memory.

Leafy plants help keep the air clean and removes toxins that can affect you in a number of negative ways. Depending on the type of plant you choose, different toxins can be removed from the air which makes the air you breathe that much cleaner.

Indoor plants will provide your office with an affordable decorative option when compared to cut flowers. Depending on your plant choice, it can provide you with months or even years of superior beauty. Cut flowers only last for a few weeks and will need to be replaced regularly in order to maintain that level of beauty.

Apart from improving your working environment, potted plants in your office will also impress your clients and this will mean that they will be that much more receptive to whatever you have to sell.

If a company's employees and clients feel more positive, it also creates a more pleasant environment for all. Employee relationships will improve, and your more cooperative team will function with greater efficiency and effectiveness.

Indoor plants can be found in a wide variety of sizes. It's possible to choose your plant or plants based on the size of the space you have available as well as the level of care required. Some plants do require more care and attention than others but they are most definitely worth the effort.

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