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13 - 17 July 2020 

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This is a week-long, annual campaign run during July by plants@work since 2012 to raise awareness of the benefits of plants in the working environment. This year our focus will be on mental health and happiness. The hashtag #plantsaregoodforyouwhereveryouwork will acknowledge that many of you have had to work from home for several months and maybe for the foreseeable future.
 
Usually, plants@work members around the country spend the week engaged in a number of actions to remind everyone just how important plants are for us all. This year we ask members of their home-working spaces to social media with the previous hashtag plus #plantsatworkweek.
 
Get involved by:
  • Tell your team and your clients about the week and what you are doing
  • Following us on Twitter and tweet your photos or how you are supporting this special week. Please use the hashtags above 
  • Of course, you can use social media to tell us about any other activities you are doing for Plants at Work Week
  • Downloading the 10 Key Facts about plants and email or hand them out to your clients - for low-resolution file click here (p@w members can contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for the high-resolution file)
  • Download our new cards and banners produced for this year here 
  • Download infographic: Creating Safer Working Environments with Plants (click here)
  • Download labels to use with plants (click here)
  • Check out our new lunch-break webinars on Youtube  
  • Download the certificate if you wish to use it for your clients (click here)
  • Upload this blog post and use it on your website 
  • Download and use the press release about the Favourite Office Plant of the Year 2020 (click here)
  • Download a copy of the updated PLANTS - OUR PERFECT PARTNERS leaflet (here) or the shorter 10 KEY FACTS (here) about how plants work for our benefits
  • Order multiple copies of our book 'PLANTS FOR WELLBEING' published in 2018 covering a great deal of the plant benefits' research. You may have your details published in the back of the book. Please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for prices. 

 

Check out the report from the 2019 week: Part 1, Part 2 and Part 3


Read about National Plants at Work campaign in the previous years.