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Top 5 Plants for Your Home Office

It’s never too late to freshen up your office and bring

in a bit of greenery — whether for appearance or health reasons.

That’s right, having plants in your office can actually boost your health! That’s why we’ve put together our top staff picks for the best, low maintenance indoor plants for your workspace.

These plants are surprisingly easy to care for, so whether you’re a first time plant parent or a natural born green thumb they will definitely give your workplace that extra boost of life it's been lacking.

a person holding Pothos

1. Pothos

The Pothos plant is our top

recommendation for first time

plant parents.

Lovingly nicknamed the cubicle plant

because it can thrive in almost any environment, the easy-care Pothos and

its quick growing vines will make any

space look more lush.

a person holding a snake plant

2. Snake Plant

Also known as Sansevieria or the mother-in-law’s tongue, the Snake plant is one of the toughest of the house plants and it doesn't need much watering so it will probably outlive that annoying coworker you’ve been avoiding.

But make sure to check the label because there are Snake Plants that can grow to be a few feet tall, so if you’re looking for a smaller plant for your desk make sure to grab a dwarf version of this beauty like the ‘Futura Superba’ or ‘Whitney’.

3. ZZ Plant

Fun fact about the ZZ plant, or Zamioculus Zamifolia, it's actually a succulent. In recent years this durable houseplant has risen to the top of people’s favorite plant list for many reasons but the top two are its ability to grow in low light and with very little water.

This is a very aesthetically pleasing plant to have in the office, from its beautiful lattered leaves to its bold coloring, definitely a crowd favorite.

4. Philodendron

The philodendron snags a spot in our top 5 office plants because not only is it beautiful, but is one of the easiest plants to grow indoors.

They can live anywhere from a fully lit room to a dark cubicle and are guaranteed to brighten up either. It does however require regular moisture to keep its lush look, so a self-watering pot will be a lifesaver for those offices without a designated plant caregiver.

5.English Ivy

If you are looking to turn your office into your very own secret garden, the English Ivy is the plant for you.

It stays green year round and can survive in low light. It's also a natural climber and can crawl and trail for up to ten feet. It's easy to care for, too, so with minimal effort, you can get those country manor vibes.

And there you have it, 5 beautiful plants that are sure to spruce up your workspace, and breathe new life into your work week.

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