Indoor Plants That Can Improve Your Office Environment

Indoor-PlantsWhether from a home or office, plants can do a lot. Choose them for everything from improving the overall mood of your office to actually improving the air quality. Below are plants that you might want to consider for your business and a little more about why you should choose each one.

African Violet

The African violet is a flowering plant that requires little attention and takes up very little space so it is perfect for small desktops.

Parlor Palm

The parlor palm can be great for separating parts of your office or work area acting as aesthetic dividers.

Snake Plant

The snake plant leaves can make for a great focal point or provide additional screening or separation in an office environment.

Warneck Dracaena

The Warneck can grow to be very tall, so it is a plant that can provide separation of different office areas. It also combats pollutants commonly found in varnishes and oils.

Spider Plant

This shrub is the easiest plants to grow indoors. It is often displayed in hanging baskets, so it can also create some visual interest in an office space.

Weeping Fig

The weeping fig, or Ficus benjamina, is a large plant that can filter pollutants such as formaldehyde and benzene in carpets and furniture.


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.

Umbrella Tree

The smaller dwarf versions of umbrella tree kept on desktops – they are attractive and easy to take care of.


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!


It’s very low maintenance and can be left on a desk for lengthy periods of time without needing much care.

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