5 Cubicle plants for a Creative Healthy Workspace
Do you know which is the most toxic space, for any person?
It is the office, crammed with task sheets, to-do lists, meetings, and weary work hours. The overload of mundane work in enclosed drab spaces tarnishes your innate creative potential and physical health, plummeting down your overall productivity.
So, how do we achieve creative healthy workspaces?
Research proves that workspaces filled with plants, can increase creativity by 45%, boost productivity by 38% and even reduce your sick days. Now who can afford to lose that sizeable percentage!
Wondering which plant would survive your cubicle? We’ll help you with the list of 5 easy maintenance plants and their benefits.
Lucky Bamboo (Dracaena Sanderiana)
If you sit in a windowless office and have no time for a muddy mess, then the lucky bamboo shoot is the plant for you. You don’t need manured soil to grow bamboo. It can thrive very well, if just immersed to a certain depth in water.
English Ivy (Hedera Helix)
Most of the people working in closed environments suffer from respiratory allergies. English Ivy quickly fixes 60% of airborne mould in the room within just 6 hours. This climber with pretty tendrils thrives beautifully in hanging baskets and pots.
Aloe Vera (Aloe Barbadensis Miller)
This plant of immortality is an excellent choice for any office where you have access to an open window. Aloe Vera removes the toxic formaldehyde from the air and its gel contains amazing medicinal applications. You need not water this succulent plant every day.
Boston Fern (Nephrolepis Exaltata Bostoniensis)
This efficient air filtering plant is easy to grow in minimal lighting. It completely purifies the air from moulds and impurities. The fern’s humidifying property provides a good remedy for patchy dry skin, which is usually a side effect of air conditioning.
Spider Plant (Chlorophytum Comosum)
If you are a busy person who could forget to water or care for plants, then this resilient spider plant is the one for you. With rich foliage and tiny white flowers, this beautiful plant has excellent air purifying properties. It completely absorbs the toxic carbon- monoxide from the air.
Let’s go on a gardening spree! Any low-maintenance cubicle plants you know?