Looking to brighten your office space with a little greenery, but concerned about low light levels in your office space? The following plants will help green up your cubicle, waiting room and other office space even if your office is lacking the brightness of sunlight.
Dracaena plants are great for the busy office because they can handle very little watering. There are around 120 species of Dracaena and we really recommend the following species for your office area:
• Dracaena Janet Craig
• Draceana Warneckii
• Draceana Lisa
Sansevieria Plants go by many names including mother-in-law’s tongue and snake plant. Sansevieria plants are native to southern Asia, Madagascar, and Africa. They remove toxins such as formaldehyde from the air.
Sometimes called Thatch Palm, the Kenita Palm is great as a house plant or for the office because it requires very little light grows quite slowly.
Golden Pothos is just one name for this excellent low light office plant. Other names include ivy arum, money plant, and devil’s vine. The name devil’s vine, or devil’s ivy is in reference to the fact that a golden pothos is difficult to kill. This plant is also very leafy, and colorful; combine that with the hard to kill aspect and you’ve got the perfect combination for a great office plant.
There are many other great options for office plants that require low light, among them:
• Aglaonema Chinese Evergreen
• Maranta Leuconeura (Prayer Plant)
• Parlor Palm
• Philodendron (which are often mistaken for Golden Pothos)
If you are on the search for a plant rental company in the Chicago area contact Everliving Greenery today at (847) 934-5858. Our plant design professionals are standing by. Let us tailor your office space to your specific needs today.