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Welcome to the Plants at Work (formerly efig ltd) website  - the association representing Interior Landscapers by promoting the use and benefits of Interior Plants.
 
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Latest News

Final survey of effects of pandemic on consumer behaviour from Flower Council of Holland

Wednesday, 11 May 2022

Final survey of effects of pandemic on consumer behaviour from Flower Council of Holland

Position of flowers and plants in households remains secure

In February, market research agency Motivaction investigated the effects of Covid-19 on the consumption of flowers and plants for the fifth time. The survey was conducted online in Germany, France, the United Kingdom, and the Netherlands. Its results show that consumers expect to keep buying flowers and plants more often. Even despite an increasingly uncertain future financial situation.

Plant Technician needed for Urban Planters in Devon and Cornwall

Tuesday, 26 April 2022

Plant Technician needed for Urban Planters in Devon and Cornwall

Plant technicians are the back bone to our business, they are the team members who visit customer sites and look after the plant displays to ensure they continue to look great and thrive. If you like plants and getting out and about, visiting all types of businesses, then this is the job for you. What’s also great our plant technicians mainly work on indoor plants, so unlike most jobs in horticulture, you will not be working in the elements!

 

TIVOLI’S support sees 3,000 Trees Planted in AIRD NA CILLE re-wilding project

Wednesday, 13 April 2022

TIVOLI’S support sees 3,000 Trees Planted in AIRD NA CILLE re-wilding project

Tivoli Group Ltd was pleased to support a tree planting project completed in February 2022 as part of the unique nature conservation initiative to re-wild land on the Aird na Cille Peninsula in the Western Isles. The re-wilding project, which commenced in 2012, aims to breathe new life into a virtually tree-free landscape; encourage biodiversity by responsible hands-on custodianship; re-establish a part of the island’s ancient natural heritage; and create a long-term legacy for future generations to enjoy.