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Best Office Plants for the Fall Season

Best Office Plants for the Fall Season

The Importance of Office Plants

One surefire way for you to avoid a tired, dreary office, which often leads to tired, dreary workers and a decrease in productivity, is to decorate your office with plants. You have a lot of responsibility already as an office manager, so you’re probably not interested in being a full time gardener, but there are some beautiful, low maintenance plants out there that would be perfectly at home in your office, even during the Fall.

The Best Office Plants for the Fall

Flowering Maple

The flowering maple blooms with muted shades of white, yellow, pink, orange and red, perfect for adding a bit of color to your office in the Fall without overdoing it. This plant is an evergreen which requires minimal light. A south facing window is best for this plant.

Ficus Elastica

The ficus elastica, also known as the rubber fig, is a wonderful plant for your office. The ficus has broad, glossy leaves with several varieties offering different colors, such as red and black. This plant does fine with minimal light and watering and is tolerant of a variety of temperatures, but any drastic changes in temperature or light levels can be detrimental. It does well with peat, bark and coarse sand for potting soil.

Gold Capella

The gold capella, as its name suggests, is a gorgeous plant with dark green and gold leaves. It’s also an easy plant to grow, and requires minimal care in the right environment. This plant prefers indirect light, preferably by a west facing curtained window. It’s very drought tolerant and disease resistant, but for optimal growth regular watering is recommended. You should never leave this plant in water, as it can quickly become over saturated.

In conclusion, these plants are all good plants for the office in the Fall, with minimal care and sunlight required, but keep in mind plants are living things and they will require some basic oversight on your part. For more information on office plants and plant care get in touch with the specialists at Plant Interscapes.