Installation of Plants and Planters at Biofrontera Inc Offices Wakefield, MA

PDI truck to Loading dock Wakefield, MA

Interior Tropical Plants for Biofroendra Wakefield, MA

Bubble wrap Secure Lisa Cane

Topping off Lisa Cane with Spanish Moss

Bamboo Sefreizei Palm

Loading dock preparation of Interior office plants

Carting Lisa 6′ cane to office location

final destination of lisa canes for Wakefield Offices

Administering Nematodes to eradicate any insect eggs within potting soil

adding water to nematode medium to plant soil

final placement of Lisa canes Wakefield, MA with biological controls

At Plantscape Designs Inc., we are your interior landscaper for all your indoor office plant care, maintenance and design needs; free estimates too!

Plantscape Designs Inc Provides:
1. Free consultation for office plant assessments Wakefield, MA
2. Friendly and fast installations and replacements.
3. Weekly service and lifetime guarantee of our plants Wakefield, MA.
4. Prices that are hard to beat Wakefield, MA

Call Joe Gallo 781.279.0032 ext103

PDI Plantscapes Inc. has been proudly servicing the Boston and northshore area for over 45 years. PDI is run by Joe Gallo who is a educated botanist and has authored books on plant care. He loves serving his customers and educating them about the benefits of plants. 

Plantscape Designs Inc. of Stoneham, MA services the following area cities and towns in Massachusetts:

    • Wakefield, MA
      Social Distancing Barriers using Interior office Plants & Planters

      What is Biophilic Design?

      Until relatively recent in human history, humans had constant interactions with their natural surroundings.  Biophilia, is the idea that humans have an affinity towards other living organisms and the natural world.  This emerging field addresses humans psychological need to be around other life and life-like processes. The term “Biophilia” was first popularized by American biologist Edward O Wilson in the 1980’s, when he observed how the increasing rates of urbanization were leading to a disconnection between humans and the natural world.(1) 

      With high rates of migration to urban centers, and 90% of our time being spent indoors, where the air is 5x more polluted, Biophilia is becoming more important to our health and well-being in the built environment. Biophilic Design uses key ideas from Biophilia to nurture the innate human-nature connection through human centric design. Biophilic Design principles have the ability to improve many of the spaces that we live and work in today, with numerous benefits to our health and well-being.



      What are the benefits of Biophilic Design?

      Biophilic design elements help improve our spaces with healthier and more sustainable and local design options. The World Health Organization (WHO) expects poor mental health and stress related illness to be one of the largest contributors to disease by 2020(3). Research has shown that even small human interaction with nature throughout the day can to reduce stress, blood pressure levels and heart rates, whilst increasing productivity, creativity and self-reported rates of well-being(4). In addition greenery has also been proven boost our immune response to a range of diseases, including diabetes, obesity, cancer, as well as others(5). Biophilic elements further better indoor spaces by limiting VOCs from recirculating. Numerous studies have shown that an increase in Biophilic Design principals in different urban spaces can have amazing benefits to:

      • Offices by improving productivity by 8%, rates of well-being by 13%, and increasing creativity with reduced absenteeism.
      • Hospitality spaces due to guests willing to pay up to 23% more for rooms with nature views or biophilic elements.
      • Education spaces by increasing rates of learning by 20-25%, improving test results, concentration levels, attendance, and reducing the impacts of ADHD.
      • Healthcare spaces by decreasing post-operative recovery times by 8.5% and reducing the need for pain medication by 22%.
      • Retail spaces by customers indication the were willing to pay 8-12% more for goods and services.
      • Homes by making them more calming and restorative, with 7-8% less crime attributed to areas with access to nature and an increase in property value by 4-5%(6).

      Onsite Free visit consolation estimate

      Free Onsite visit for your interior office plant mainteneance needs February & March

      The Edgewater Place Office Park is a complex of buildings located off of Rte 128 in Wakefield, MA. Plantscape Designs, Inc. provides interior landscape design as well as office plant service and maintenance for a number of businesses in and around Edgewater Place.

      “We strongly advise our neighboring office tenants to use Plantscape Designs, Inc. interior design and weekly maintenance services. Barbara, our plant lady employed by PDI, is both courteous to us and knowledgeable about green plant care.”
      — Crystal Jones, American Dental Partners, 401 Edgewater Place, Wakefield

      “The before and after photo[s] speak for themselves. The deep granite planter filled with an 8′ Ficus Benjamina, assorted interior green plants and colorful bromeliads welcomes our tenants and clients”
      — Mike Stack, Facilities, Edgewater Place, Wakefield

      When we think of adding a colorful accent to our indoor office plants we often think about cut flowers or a flowering potted plant. Actually there is another option. Tropical foliage plants that have beautiful colored leaves. If your office has the right conditions, bright light and warm temperature, there is an unlimited selection of plants that have colorful foliage and variegated leaves. Crotons, Cordyline, Rex begonias, Stromanthe are just a few that can brighten your office with some color. We use many of these on locations in the Boston metro area. Colored leafy botanicals have unlimited plant possibilities. 


      Brian Guilfoyle contact 781.632.4475