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Our Top 5 Plants for Indoor Office Plant Hire

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Pothos (Devil’s Ivy)

We have many favourite plants that we love to supply to our clients for their office plant hire. It was hard to narrow it down to just 5. From Brisbane to the Gold Coast, Newcastle, Sydney, Chatswood, Parramatta & Melbourne. With much debate, our Plant Hire specialists have agreed (almost) on our Top 5 office plants. In no particular order, here’s our Top 5 Indoor Office Plants.

1. Janet Craig

With lush, rich green foliage, the Janet Craig plant adds instant impact to an office. This is our Number 1 plant to use for our office plant hire. It can adapt much easier than other varieties to limited light conditions. A Janet Craig plant will usually survive where no other plant can. It’s ability to adapt to low light means it requires a lot less water. It’s foliage polishes up beautifully and it is a real highlight to any office. It looks stunning in a white fibreglass container. So fresh with it’s crisp clean lines.

2. Kentia Palm

The always reliable Kentia Palm also tops our favourite indoor plant hire list. It does perform better with a reasonable amount of light. It can often cope better than we anticipate in lower light as well. We find it to be a very adaptable plant. Whether in floor pots or troughs, the Kentia Palm always looks great. With its graceful feather palm fronds, it proves it’s worth as a real statement plant. The Kentia Palm adapts well to warm and cool air conditioning climates in offices. This makes it a great plant to use for office plant hire.

3. Aglaonema

With so many varieties to choose from, the Aglaonema deservingly earns its position on our Top 5 Office Plant Hire List. With beautiful pink, red and green varieties, the aglaonema looks stunning in every shade. It is predominantly used as a desk plant for our plant hire customers. It also looks great in small troughs, green walls and our Pot Plant Vertical Garden Walls. The BJ Freeman green leaf variety also makes a beautiful floor and trough plant. The Aglaonema ticks the box for our Top 5 Office Plant hire List with its ability to survive in low light and with its low watering requirement. As well as it’s ability to always provide a beautiful display to our Plant Hire clients

4. Pothos (Devil’s Ivy)

Hanging Pots and troughs, table bowls and Totem Poles. The Pothos adds a stunning display in so many ways to our plant hire clients. The colour varieties provide a lovely display to any office. The lime green Goldilocks with its trailing habits is always popular for our hanging pots plant hire. It also looks great in a table bowl and in our Green Wall displays. The variegated leaf on other varieties also looks great with splashes of green, yellow and cream. The Pothos Totem is always a popular choice amongst our plant hire clientele. With a large leaf surface area, the Pothos Totem has exceptional clean air benefits. Not only stunning for your office plantscape, also wonderful health benefits for your staff and guests. Pothos plants are always a favourite for our indoor plant hire.

5. Zanzibar Gem

With their glossy thick dark green leaves, Zanzibar Gems provide a beautiful display in any office. With their ability to perform in low and high light offices, the Zanzibar Gem is a popular selection amongst our Plant Hire Clients. Whether used as a small desk or large floor plant, this little Gem always looks great. With its tear shaped leaves and graceful stems, it provides a statement in any size pot. It is also a popular choice for tambour units, troughs, partition troughs and Pot Plant Vertical Garden Walls. It really is the most versatile indoor plants we hire. Also great for cleaning the air. It has so many great features and deserves its position on our Top 5 Plants for Indoor office Plant Hire.

Narrowly missing our Top 5 Plants for Indoor Office Plant Hire were Happy Plants, Ficus lyrata, Bamboo Palms, Strelitzia, Sanseveria, Spathiphyllum, Peperomia, Kauri Pines and Queensland Umbrella Trees.