Whether you’re working from home or in an office, plants provide an easy, affordable way to brighten up any sort of workspace. If you’re not sure which indoor plant you should get for your office, check out our list of the best office plants in Manhattan. These easy-to-maintain plants are great for the work environment because they’re fine to be left alone for a few days. Also, they’ll be there for you to help brighten your day — even on a long, slow Monday.
Studies have shown that including plants in a workspace often helps to improve productivity and creativity as well as job satisfaction. Plus, there are many health benefits of plants. They increase humidity and improve air quality, removing dust, allergens, and toxins from the air. And when you shop with Dahing Plants, you get the freshest greenery, coming straight from our greenhouse. Plus, we’ll deliver the plants right to you, saving you time, effort, and having to deal with traffic. We offer a free plant delivery service in the local metro area.
Large Snake Plant
The snake plant is drought tolerant, so it only needs to be watered about once every two weeks. If you’re having a really busy work week and don’t have a chance to water this great indoor office plant, it’s okay.
Large Fiddle Leaf Ficus
The Ficus plant has large, beautiful leaves, making it perfect for all types of interior designs. This plant requires bright light, but you only need to give it water about once every two weeks or so.
Large Parlor Palm
The parlor palm is a pet-friendly plant that is easy to maintain and tolerant to drought and dry air. It will give any workspace a refreshing, tropical feel.
Medium Black Raven ZZ Plant
The dark purple leaves of this ZZ plant make it eye-catching. But it’s also a very easy to maintain plant since it can tolerate dry environments and droughts. It only requires watering about every 10 to 14 days. If you notice that a few leaves have fallen off, just give it some water. The plant should be able to bounce back.
Small Aloe Vera
This easy-to-care-for plant needs bright light, and it should be watered around once a week. The aloe vera actually does better with underwatering than overwatering. But this desk plant also offers various medicinal uses.
Small or Medium Jade Pothos
This plant should be watered about every five to seven days, but it’s one of the easiest plants to keep alive. It can live in any type of light. Whether you want to keep it in the dark back corner of the office or in direct sunlight by the windows, the Jade Pothos will thrive. Plus, it’s a smaller plant that won’t spill into your desk neighbor’s workspace.
Succulents are drought-tolerant, and their thick leaves can actually store water in them. If you position the right kind of succulent in a bright spot for an extended period of time, it may even flower for you.
If you’re ever going away or are planning on being out of the office for an extended period of time, Dahing Plants can help. We provide a plant maintenance service that is customized to meet your particular needs. Contact us for more information. And if you ever have any questions or concerns about plant care, don’t hesitate to reach out to us. We’re here for you!