Which Indoor Plants are best for your Office Enviornment?; Which plants to use for improving indoor air quality?


If you’re like me, you spend a lot of time at work. And if there’s one thing I’ve learned over the years, it’s that what happens outside of work also has an impact on your job performance—and even your health. That’s why I’ve taken to bringing indoor plants into my office environment. Not only do they make our office more beautiful and inviting (and improve its curb appeal), but they can actually help us feel better by purifying the air and giving us something to look at besides computer screens or each other all day long.

Aloe Vera (Aloe barbadensis)

Aloe Vera (Aloe barbadensis)

This succulent plant has thick, fleshy leaves with gel-filled centers. Aloe Vera is a popular houseplant that’s easy to grow and makes a good choice for beginners. It can be placed in indirect sunlight and will thrive at average room temperatures indoors. The plant is slow-growing, but it’s also hardy, so it may take some time before you see results from your efforts.

Bamboo Palm(Chamaedorea seifrizii)

Bamboo palms are a tropical plant that prefers to live in warm, humid environments. They do well in both indoor and outdoor settings. These plants can grow up to six feet tall, although you may want to keep them shorter for easier care and maintenance.

They prefer warm temperatures (70-80 degrees Fahrenheit) with lots of indirect sunlight during the day; they shouldn’t be left in direct sunlight for too long as it could burn their leaves! As far as watering goes, make sure you don’t overwater them because they will rot if they get too much moisture around their roots.

To propagate your bamboo palm plant, take cuttings from the side branches and stick them into some moist soil; like any other type of houseplant growing from seeds or cuttings should require more light than an established one because they don’t have enough energy yet! Once they’re big enough though–just look at those leaves! They’ll be able to take care of themselves very soon so no need worrying about watering needs just yet . . . maybe later though?

English Ivy (Hedera helix)

English Ivy is a popular houseplant. It’s easy to grow and maintain, and it can be used as a groundcover. This plant is good for improving indoor air quality, mental health, and physical health.

Rubber Plant (Ficus elastica)

Rubber Plant (Ficus elastica)

The Rubber Plant is a great choice for the office environment. It’s a slow grower and can be expected to stay small, which is perfect for those with little space in their offices. Its leaves have a glossy shine that makes it look like they’re covered in rubber, hence its name. This plant is also great for beginners who aren’t sure what type of indoor plants are right for them! The Rubber Plant is known to improve indoor air quality by removing formaldehyde and benzene from the air, so you’ll be breathing easy with this green friend around!

Peace Lily (Spathiphyllum spp.)

The Peace Lily (Spathiphyllum spp.) is an excellent choice for improving indoor air quality. This plant is a great houseplant for beginners, as it is easy to care for and can thrive in low light environments. Additionally, the peace lily is a hardy plant that requires very little maintenance and will grow well on most windowsills or tables.

The peace lily has beautiful large green leaves that are veined with white lines along the edges. The flowers are white and fragrant, making this plant ideal for offices where there may be people with allergies or sensitivity to strong scents such as perfumes or colognes!

Dracaena (Dracaena marginata, Dracaena fragrans, Dracaena massangeana, aka Janet Craig)

The Dracaena is a genus of about 60 species of trees and succulent shrubs, native to Africa, Madagascar, southern Asia, and numerous islands in the Indian and Pacific Oceans.

The leaves are long, pointed, and arranged in two rows on either side of the stem. The name is derived from the Greek word drakaina for female snake (dragon).

This plant has a wide variety of uses including medicinal purposes such as treating respiratory ailments like asthma or bronchitis by inhaling steam from its leaves when they are boiled. It also has antiseptic properties that can help clean wounds or sores if applied directly onto them (for instance if one were to cut themselves while working at their desk).

Plants are good for your health.

Despite all the talk about how plants are good for your health, there’s still a lot of skepticism. After all, it’s not like we’re going to take up smoking or start eating Twinkies again just because we’ve decided to have some greenery in our offices. But I’m here to tell you that this is where your mind is wrong—plants are actually very good for you!

There are many benefits from having indoor plants in an office environment:

  • They improve air quality by removing pollutants like carbon dioxide and nitrous oxide from the air.
  • They help with mental health by reducing stress levels and improving moods (this makes sense since they look relaxing).
  • Some even claim that they can relieve depression symptoms but this has been disputed due to lack of evidence-based research on the subject so far.


We hope that this article has given you some ideas about which plants to consider for your office environment. We’ve also listed some of our favourite indoor plants below, so feel free to check them out!

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