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Cactus Varieties to Improve Your Work Space

Posted: August 6, 2018 |

What color do you think of when you think of your office? Is it green? If not, your office may need to take a look at the WELL Building Standard. Plants and natural elements can drastically improve a work space. By including live plants in your office space, the mental and psychological health of your employees is destined to improve.

Although some spaces need critical upgrades, others just require a new look at the space through the WELL Building Standard mindset. One of the easiest improvements that can be made to an office space is adding colorful and creative plants.

Among these unique plants are cacti. The cactus plant is a popular one that comes in many shapes and sizes. It personalizes work spaces and builds stimulating locations to collaborate and thrive. FTD has created a cactus care guide to help you find the right cactus for your office space.

Search through the guide to find a desk plant like the chin cactus or moon cactus for a distinct addition to your office. In no time you’ll be thinking of green when you think of your office.

Click on the graphic below -- provided by FTD -- for complete plant descriptions on a variety of cacti. 


Locally, the Raimondi Horticultural Group employs an experienced team of designers who understand current guidelines and recommendations for quality interior environments includingair, light and water standards.

We work with commercial building owners and property managers every day who are realizing a return on investment within a year after implementing WELL standards and biophilic design.

Visit Raimondi Horticultural Group  for expert advice and get started on your path to an improved working environment.  

 

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