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Articles tagged with: Houseplants

The Good Plant Company Brings Green Joy to Phoenix Trust

Tuesday, 30 January 2024

The Good Plant Company Brings Green Joy to Phoenix Trust

In a delightful turn of events, Phoenix Trust extends its gratitude to The Good Plant Company for their recent visit, bringing with them not only a touch of greenery but also the promise of creative upcycling projects. The office and hub received a generous donation of lovely plants, instantly brightening up indoor spaces. Additionally, the delivery included oversized outdoor plant pots, sparking anticipation for Phoenix Trust's upcoming upcycling endeavours.

Beating the Blues: Harnessing the Power of Houseplants on Blue Monday

Monday, 15 January 2024

Beating the Blues: Harnessing the Power of Houseplants on Blue Monday

"Blue Monday" is a term that is often used to describe the third Monday of January, which is considered by some to be the most depressing day of the year. The concept was first introduced in 2005 by a pr company in a press release commissioned by a travel agency. While the idea of a specific day being the "most depressing" is subjective and not scientifically proven, it does draw attention to the challenges people may face during the winter months, such as post-holiday blues, cold weather, and shorter days.

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.