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Monstera: July Houseplant of the Month

Monday, 01 July 2019

Monstera: July Houseplant of the Month

For a plant, Monstera has a lot to offer: stems, sometimes a moss pole, a trunk, usually impressive aerial roots - there’s plenty to see. That has made it an enormous hit on Instagram and a very popular element for creating the popular urban jungle look, amongst other things.

 

OUT@Indoor

Thursday, 27 June 2019

OUT@Indoor

We are PROUD at Indoor Garden Design to be inclusive of all LGBTQ+ Staff, Suppliers, Clients and Service Users. In Recognition of this initiative, today we launch our own LGBTQ+ Group Out@indoor.

 

Accessible biophilic design

Thursday, 13 June 2019

Accessible biophilic design

Kenneth Freeman, Head of Innovation at Ambius and a plants@work ambassador is keen to ensure that biophilic design is seen as available to everyone. These are his comments:

 

Honeysuckle is June's Garden Plant

Wednesday, 05 June 2019

Honeysuckle is June's Garden Plant
The story behind honeysuckle 
Climbing and trailing plants are very popular, because they grow upwards and therefore do not take up much space even in smaller gardens. Honeysuckle (scientific name: Lonicera) is one of them. The plant has the botanical, natural look that is so popular right now, complete with exuberant flowering on a relatively modest size area, with the ability to climb upwards and to trail along a fence, pergola or drainpipe.

 

Sunflowers for June

Wednesday, 05 June 2019

Sunflowers for June

We're used to thinking about sunflowers as garden plants and taking please at watching them turn to follow the sun. This houseplant version of the Sunflower (Helianthus) doesn’t grow as tall as the garden variety, but it does offer those unique cheerful bright yellow flowers and the dark heart of a real sunflower with attractive dark green leaves below.

 

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