In last month’s issue of Healthy Magazine, we noticed a short article about our favourite topic, the benefits of plants in the workplace.  The magazine referred to a study that was brought to light by the Guardian, the Telegraph and the Daily Mail last year.

Back in September, we mentioned the study from Dr Craig Knight at Exeter University showing that “investing in landscaping the office with plants will pay off through an increase in office workers’ quality of life and productivity.” The study went on to highlight that the addition of plants to your office space can increase productivity by 15%, making us more physically, cognitively and emotionally involved in our work.

With the beginning of spring right around the corner, what better time to introduce a few plants to your office, not only to brighten up the space but to improve well-being, mood, stress and anxiety. We think it’s a no-brainer!