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Indoor Plants Improve the Mentality of Employees

There have been countless studies conducted on the effects and benefits of indoor plants on employees. In this post, we explore several of those studies and their results to show how implementing plants in indoor workspaces & offices can help boost productivity and reduce absenteeism.

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Plants Clean the Air

Plants act as a natural air purification system by filtering out airborne contaminants, pumping out oxygen to revitalize the air, and regulating humidity levels.

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A New Remedy: Introducing Biophilic Design into Hospitals

Hospitals can be one of the less inviting places and many people avoid them at all costs. The sterile white walls, floors, and dim lights create an unwelcoming environment for most. But what if the environment was changed by introducing other forms of life? There are many hospitals experimenting with adding plants, green walls and even fish tanks to their facilities.

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LaKesha Campbell
Is Biophilic Design the Solution to America's Nature Problem?

At Suite Plants, we too are guilty of spending most of our time indoors. Lucky for us, our loft office space is pretty good as far as work environments go. We have high ceilings, huge windows, plants on every desk, tons of natural light, and a large living green wall, of course. We realize that nature plays a key role influencing our own wellbeing and that is why we work so hard to bring nature to our customers.

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LaKesha Campbell
The Rabbit's Foot Fern

Many plants thrive in our living walls but perhaps one of our favorite is the Rabbit’s Foot Fern. The Rabbit’s Foot fern gets its name from the furry roots, rhizomes, that grow out of the soil and cascade down the side of the pot.

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LaKesha Campbell
Sustainable Design: Bringing Weather Indoors

Biophilic design encourages us to bring nature indoors and buildings are now incorporating more plants and access to natural light than ever before. We have witnessed this trend first hand with a dramatic rise in demand for living walls. However, by focusing on nature alone, designers may be neglecting a crucial part of the outdoor environment.

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LaKesha Campbell