We rarely think about the fact that we spend a significant part of our lives at work. How can we minimize the negative impact on the body from being in closed office spaces and create a comfortable environment in the workplace? Live plants and flowers can come to our aid, which can not only decorate any interior and cheer up, but also bring quite significant health benefits.
Plants in office
Landscaping of the office becomes practically necessary if we take into account all the facts from the benefits of living plants:
- Oxygen saturation of the air
- Protection from harmful factors.
- Support normal humidity
- Eye benefits
- The surrounding environment.
However, choosing flowers for the office is a very difficult task that requires some preparation:
- Which flowers will best decorate your office?
- How to arrange plants correctly in the office?
- How to ensure a sufficiently long service life of plants and flowers in the office?
Criteria for the selection of plants and flowers for the office
- Flowers in the office should not be bulky and take up a lot of space.
Choosing colours for the office should start with their size. It is very important to take into account that the plant will grow and develop, so when choosing a plant for the office, you need to clearly imagine how it will look in two or three years.
- Flowers in the office should be unpretentious.
The office is a spartan environment for living plants: not all of them will be able to survive the holidays, uneven watering and not always careful attitude of the staff. Therefore, for a long service life, you should choose unpretentious, resistant plants.
Monstera Deliciosa Thai Constellation is perfect for any office or apartment. Each leaf of this wonderful plant is covered with white or yellow spots, which are said to resemble a constellation in the night sky.
The temperature regime of care of Monstera Thai Constellation for sale when caring at home should be within 10-24 °C.
Care of aerial roots: aerial roots perform the function of additional nutrition and hydration of the plant, so even if their appearance does not add decorativeness, they cannot be removed. During the watering of the vine, it is desirable to moisten the aerial roots, such additional nutrition will ensure the well-being of the entire plant.
Young, rapidly developing plants need to be transplanted regularly and often enough, at least once a year, and in some cases every six months. The volume of the pot must be increased with each transfer. Monstera has powerful roots, which will require much space, so the pot should be wide and deep. A third of the pot is filled with high-quality drainage, and as a soil it is better to take a mixture of turf, peat, sand and humus. You can use a ready-made soil mixture for dracunculus.