1. Phalaeonopsis orchids are still the rage in reception areas in the Boston Financial District to the technological highway of Route 128. With this new lighter purple color these long lasting flowers are an investment over expensive cut flowers.Cut flowers last days orchids can last months, lowering your interior plantscape costs.
7. Cattleya is a genus of 113 species of orchids from Costa Rica to tropical South America. The genus was named in 1824 by John Lindley after Sir William Cattley, who received and successfully cultivated specimens of Cattleya labiata that were used as packing material in a shipment of other orchids. The genus is abbreviated C in trade journals.
8. They are widely known for their large, showy flowers, and were used extensively in hybridization for the cut-flower trade until quite recently. This genus and the numerous hybrids come close, through their beauty, to the idealized picture we have of the orchids. The flowers of the hybrids can vary in size from 5 cm to 15 cm or more. They occur in all colors except true blue and black.
At PDI we design with all of the above orchid varities.
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Discover the Health Benefits of Plants in an Office Space
Live plants have a long-recognized health benefits that are both physical and mental. Plant systems clean the air by decreasing carbon dioxide from between 10-25%. Additionally, plants remove toxins such as benzene and formaldehyde from the air. This means that humans can breathe easier in offices and homes with plants. Live plants also add humidity. Furthermore, even a modest, medium-sized plant can make a dramatic difference in the quality of the air that a room’s occupants breathe. The health benefits of plants also include a demonstrable reduction (of up to 30%) of neuropsychological symbols—such as headaches and fatigue).
Health Benefits in the Post-Pandemic World
Since the year 2020 and beyond, office plants have represented an added health benefit in interior spaces: social distancing. Not only can plants minimize distracting chatter by means of dampening noise, they can also aid employee health by promoting social distancing. The COVID-19 pandemic has presented significant challenges for many American business with respect to returning to the workplace. Interior plantscapes, when artfully designed and strategically placed, can minimize the spread of contagions by serving as barriers. Finally, the psychological health benefits of plants are irrefutable; the presence of natural plants helps a room’s occupants to focus and decreases stress levels.
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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.
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“I wanted to extend my sincere compliments to you and your staff for a successful implementation and on going service.
The entire process has been stress free and very customer friendly . Your staff immediately came on-site to survey our needs and make recommendations . Once the order was placed, we were told within a few days everything would be set up. Imagine my surprise when the very next day I was told ” people from PDI were here delivering our new plants”.Even better was the fact that you were here, not only to introduce yourself, but working along with your staff.
The hassle free , no worry maintenance is the best feature. It has been a pleasure working with you and I look forward to a long relationship .”
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