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Plantscape Designs’ founder and owner Joe Gallo, in addition to serving the clients of Plantscape Designs, is a prolific researcher and author. In 2010, he wrote, “101 Plantcare Tips for Your Interior Plantscape.” He also enjoys educating current and prospective clients as well as general plant enthusiasts by means of frequent blog posts. Read below for the most recent articles.

How can my interior plant care service improve?

Your plant care service can improve the appearance of your office plants by doing the following : - weekly service by your plant technician is crucial, not bimonthly or once a month visits -the use of higher quality shade adapted office plants grown under screens and...

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New Crop of ZZ plants 6″ from Our South Florida Nurseries

Too often, plants are considered an afterthought in modern design. They are considered an accessory rather than an architectural fixture. When a true effort is made to embed living greenery within a built environment, the effect is palpable. Plantscape Designs uses...

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Your office plants look like this?

If your office green plants are looking like this one, please do not hesitate to call us for a free estimate. Droopy green wavy leaves with brown burned tips is indicative of under watering by you or your interior plant care company. The gray that you see here in this...

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New Colorful Bromeliads ; Neoregelia ” King Randonsome Waltham, MA

New Colorful Bromeliads ; Neoregelia ” King Randonsome Waltham, MA

Bi-Monthly Bromeliad Program
We offer a bi-monthly bromeliad program for interior offices needing some colorful flowering plants as well. These beautiful potted flowers can be used in many different ways in your office to add a splash of color in a single container or to add color in an existing planter bed of live, green plants and are long lasting. Get the most beautiful indoor flowering plants in the Boston area with the Plantscape Design rotation programs!

Pink Bromeliads

Yellow Bromeliads flowers
6″ flowering programs

Variegated Pink Bromeliad
6″ bromeliad long lasting flowering program

Red Guzmania Bromeliads
long lasting flowering bromeliads

Pink Farsiarta bromeliad
6″ bromeliad high light flowering program long lasting

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What is phylosticta on your indoor office plants Boston, MA?

Phylosticta is a bacteria that infects your common office pothos plants, scindapsus.     1. It is possible to use non-chemical approaches to avoid and control disease problems in interior officescapes.   2. Many pathogens attack interior ornamental plants. Some, like...

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Bulletin: New university of Oregon Study 2020

How Interior Office Plants can increase Relative Humidity levels to 40-60% within your office workplace reducing the survival levels of the Coronavirus 2019 Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) Pandemic: Built Environment Considerations To Reduce Transmission Leslie Dietz,...

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Bulletin: New university of Oregon Study 2020 How Interior Office Plants can increase Relative Humidity levels to 40-60% within your office workplace reducing the survival levels of the Coronavirus 2019 Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) Pandemic: Built Environment Considerations To Reduce Transmission

Bulletin: New university of Oregon Study 2020 How Interior Office Plants can increase Relative Humidity levels to 40-60% within your office workplace reducing the survival levels of the Coronavirus 2019 Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) Pandemic: Built Environment Considerations To Reduce Transmission

How Interior Office Plants can increase Relative Humidity levels to 40-60% within your office workplace reducing the survival levels of the Coronavirus 2019 Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) Pandemic: BuiltEnvironment Considerations To Reduce TransmissionIncreasing...

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How to use ficus bejamina trees in you offfice board rooms?

How to use ficus bejamina trees in you offfice board rooms?

Always use a standard ( a tree with a stem without any branches at the bottom) ficus tree not a bush type in your board room. Why , because the movement of chairs and people within this confined work place can damage your plant and become annoying to your employees....

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