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Welcome to plants@work

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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We are delighted to announce that after 17 years, efig is rebranding. As of 22 January 2018 we are known as the Plants at Work  Ltd - plants@work 
 
The reason for this change is to make our association more relevant. plants@work says exactly what and who we are and clearly states what our main aim is, to supply businesses with first class interior planting to improve their workplaces aesthetically and for wellbeing.
 
There are many benefits of joining us, including:
  • Industry Representation
  • Great Business Opportunities
  • Fantastic Training Programme
  • Networking

Latest News

Case Study – At Home with Plants

Tuesday, 11 December 2018

Case Study – At Home with Plants

Indoor Garden Design with IKEA

We have two more award-winning Special Event installations to feature before Christmas. The first is a project by Indoor Garden Design with IKEA.

 

Helleborus: for your December gardens

Tuesday, 04 December 2018

Helleborus: for your December gardens

Helleborus flowers in the middle of winter, and it’s always spectacular - a plant that blooms, even when most garden plants are hibernating. Helleborus (also known as the Christmas rose) treats you to large white flowers with a fantastic crown of stamens at their heart from November to March. The plant can cope with snow or frost: branches might droop a bit, but as soon as the temperatures climb again, Helleborus will straighten up.

 

Anthurium: December's Houseplant of the Month

Thursday, 29 November 2018

Anthurium: December's Houseplant of the Month

The story of Anthurium 
Anthurium is one of the most popular houseplants. Attractive to look at, easy to look after, and brings with it a real personality into the home, which gives a serene feeling in white, whilst the brightly coloured varieties have a lively appearance. Although most people think that the coloured part is the flower, it’s actually a coloured bract. Anthurium’s flowers are very small and are all found on the spike.

 

Why should you enter awards?

Tuesday, 02 October 2018

Why should you enter awards?

The simple and obvious answers are for the prestige, to reward your expertise and show off your skills to everyone else but there are many other reasons.

 

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