Best Indoor Plants For Your Office

Enhance your business environment with natural beauty by adding office plants to your workplace design. Plants can offer your company benefits far beyond simple aesthetics. People find solace in spaces decorated with abundant greenery. University studies have concluded that with the presence of plants employees take fewer sick days, feel less stress, and view their work space more positively.

Breathe new life into dreary conference rooms, lighten the mood in reception areas, and brighten lonely cubicle and desk space with the best office plants. Plants can enhance any space in your office while invigorating customers, clients, and visitors. Beautify your building and improve workplace efficiency and employee morale with our help.

  • Plants can add a lot of organic character to an otherwise drab office environment.
  • They can improve air quality and remove impurities.
  • They can add a focal point to your work environment.
  • They can even create helpful separations between workplaces — and a source of peaceful contemplation during your hectic day.

1. Jade Plants

Jade, or Crassula ovata, is a small, succulent plant with small flowers. It requires minimal watering. Jade plant care is easy and simple.

Many people enjoy growing jade plants in their Homes and Offices, and they are considered to be symbols of good luck. But you do not need to be lucky to learn what the proper care and maintenance of jade plants is. Keep reading to learn how to care for a jade plant.

Jade plant care instructions say that jade plants do best in day time temperatures of 65-75 F. (18-24 C.) during the day and 50-55 F. (10-13 C.) at night. That being said, if they get lots of sunlight, they will do fine in temperatures that are higher than this.

For proper jade plant care, fertilize your jade plant about once every six months. Use a balanced water soluble fertilizer. An important thing to keep in mind is that you should water your jade plant in the regular way and then water it with the fertilizer water. Never fertilize your jade plant when the soil is dry, as this will damage the roots.

In Japanese folklore, the jade plant is known as the “money plant.” Legend has it that its presence brings financial success. The reason for having this plant in your office should be crystal clear..!

2. Africial Violet

The African violet, or Saintpaulia, is a flowering plant that requires a bit more maintenance than some of the others on this list. However, it takes up very little space, so it can be perfect for small desktops.

3. Chinese Evergreen

Chinese Evergreen, or Aglaonema, makes a great office plant because it requires very little maintenance. It can also thrive in low light and remove toxins from the air.

4. English Ivy

This plant, also known as Hedera helix, is a clinging evergreen vine that can reduce airborne fecal matter particles and filter out formaldehyde.

As disturbing as it is to know those airborne particles exist, it’s good English Ivy can take care of it. This is another plant ideal for those stale office environments lacking a lot of fresh air circulating.

5. Parlor Palm Plant

The parlor palm, or Chamaedorea elegans, is actually a small palm tree. This plant is ideal for creating natural separation of space in your office. And on those cold winter days, it can also add a bit of a tropical feel.

The parlor palm is perfect for offices because it doesn’t require a lot of light either.

6. Snake Plants

The snake plant, or Sansevieria trifasciata, has leaves that can grow fairly tall. The shooting dark green leaves have bands of a bright yellow-green on the outside.

A healthy snake plant definitely attracts the eye. And a few together make another natural partition.

7. Cactus

These plants are small and come in several different varieties. They do require a significant amount of sunlight, so they are not recommended for dimly lit offices.

If you’ve got a window sill that gets a lot of sunlight and tend to be forgetful, a cactus or multiple cacti would be ideal. More often than not, they’d prefer you forget to water them once in awhile.

8. Warneck Dracaena

This shrub, also known as Dracaena reflexa, can grow to be very tall. It’s another plant that can provide separation of different office areas. And it also combats pollutants commonly found in varnishes and oils. If your office space has hardwood floors, this shooting plant would be ideal.

9. ZZ Plants

The ZZ Plant, or Zamioculas zamiifolia, is one of the most low-maintenance plants you can find. In addition, it can add a tropical feel to your space.

And, as a bonus, some of the plants even produce flowers.

10. Aloe

Aloe plants are small enough to easily fit on most desks. They also have air-filtering qualities, with the ability to remove things like formaldehyde and benzene from the air. The gel inside the plant can also be used to treat cuts and burns.

11. Umberella Tree

The umbrella tree, or Schefflera arboricola, can grow to be quite tall. It’s perfect for creating office privacy. But there are also smaller dwarf versions for desktops.

12. Fittonia

This plant, which is sometimes also referred to as the nerve plant or mosaic plant, can work well in offices because it actually thrives on fluorescent light.

Plus, the over-sized, inside-out look on the leaves of the Fittonia ca serve as quite a focal point in your office space.

13. Azalea

This flowering shrub is not only visually appealing, but it can also filter the air to combat formaldehyde. The plant thrives mainly in cool environments, so keep that thermostat low.

Whether your concern is air quality or simply a bit of visual appeal, there are a variety of choices for office plants. Start thinking about transforming your office environment today.