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NPWW 2020 – Measuring the Success Part 3

on Tuesday, 08 June 2021. Posted in News

Some of the things we loved most about this year's National Plants at Work Week:

Whilst members couldn’t get out and do pop-ups, plant give-aways or workshops to celebrate NPWW, several posted on social media daily reminding everyone who saw or read their posts that it was #plantsatworkweek. These included Green Team Interiors, Indoor Garden Design, some of the Urban Planters franchises, Ambius UK, The Good Plant Company and more.

UPNW compilation

UPNW 2 comp

GTI Group

Ambius plants on desks

A special thanks to Indoor Garden Design for setting up th outdoor exam room and organising the photos and their ongoing support:


Ian Drummond of Indoor Garden Design at the outdoor exam room 

 IGD Past install Kentia

An installation of stately Kentia Palms/Howea forestiana by IGD 

Craig Dr Vannessa Champion

Craig Edser and Victoria Kennedy of Indoor Garden Design talking to Dr. Vanessa Champion of Journal of Biophilic Design 

We loved the website story written by our Deputy Chair, Kenneth Freeman about the winner of this year’s Favourite Office Plant, the Kentia Palm aka Howea forestiana and winning a gold medal for an exhibit about its origin at Chelsea.

 Gold medal lr

Meanwhile we produced videos about the plants used in the promotion, wrote blogs and generally promoted members stories, the nine shortlisted houseplants and the research about the benefits of surrounding ourselves with them.


We thank everyone who got involved despite the circumstances to support this week.


 See the other reports: Part 1 and Part 2