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What plants can I grow in my office with no windows?

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Plants for office desk To be cool in the office

Tired from office Daily surrounding, having work pressure all you need is to read this blog post to grow plants for an office desk

Why grow the plants in office desk?

Good for you! Growing plants in your work environment are good not only for air quality but for your mental, emotional, and creative health.
It’s a bit more difficult than going to the nearest big-box store, buying a few plants in pots, and setting them where you want them to be

you need to consider these Before having a plant at office desk
  • light (usually referred to as low, medium, and high in terms of plant needs;)
  • watering (water needs to drain through, so you need a saucer, bowl, or waterproof container to set your plants into; also each kind of plant has preferences regarding how dry it should become between waterings;)and size (small desktop, hanging, large floor plant.
  • All of that being said, these are the plants we would recommend for you to start with Low light – snake plant (Sansevieria or mother-in-law’s tongue,) pothos, corn plant (Dracaena massage) Medium-light – birds nest fern, peace lily, philodendron; Highlight – African violet, hoya, focus.

Best Office desk plants

1. Orchids

Orchids are the largest group of plants in the world and it looks so beautiful, with some 30,000 known species and tens of thousands more hybrids. In her book The Orchid Thief, author Susan Orlean described an orchid show and the dazzling variety of flowers in all colors and shapes.

2. Lemon scented Cypress

They have beautiful, drooping red or pink flowers on unique, paddle-like foliage. They are usually bought in bloom already, but it is possible to bring a Christmas cactus back to bloom. It looks amazing for the home decorations.

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3. spider plant non-toxic to pets

Spider Plant (Chlorophytum comosum) is extremely easy to grow. You can grow it in a flowerpot, in a vase, or in a jar of water. Give it plenty of water and sunlight (at least 6–8 hours in a window, but it will even tolerate less light for a while) and it will reward you by getting bigger and producing baby plants on runners so that you can have more spider plants.

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4. Philodendrons

These plants are large climbers, which means they can add some height to small areas. Philodendrons can also survive without a lot of maintenance.

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NOTE – This plant looks so big how I am going to fit in my desk? you have to make this Plant into a bonsai tree. If you do not know how to make a beautiful Bonsai Tree easy and Free you have To read This Blog By India’s Best Bonsai Expert – Check here 

5. Cactus

These plants are small and come in several different varieties. They do require a significant amount of sunlight, so they are not recommended for dimly lit offices. If you’ve got a windowsill that gets a lot of sunlight and tend to be forgetful, a cactus or multiple cacti would be ideal. More often than not, they’d prefer you forget to water them once in a while.

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NOTE – There Is beautiful Cactus to have at your desk. Cactus will need Less Water and Maintenance.

6. Warneck Dracaena

This shrub, also known as Dracaena reflex, can grow to be very tall. It’s another plant that can provide separation of different office areas. And it also combats pollutants commonly found in varnishes and oils. If your office space has hardwood floors, this shooting plant would be ideal.

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