Thursday, November 27, 2014

Pretty Poinsettia Plants

Poinsettia Plant

Every Christmas season for twenty or more years, I have had hundreds of these lovely "flowers" in my care.They are delicate and fragile and you must use care when handling them. Place them out of high traffic areas and away from places where they might get a cold draft. If you are moving them during cold weather be sure to enclosed them in a loose fitting sleeve or plastic bag. Just be careful not to break them. They are quite fragile and easy to damage.

When shopping for your Poinsettia, be sure the bracts are well colored up. For maximum use of your flowering Christmas Poinsettia, the flower, small and yellow in the center of the bracts, should be....read more about Poinsettias

Wednesday, November 19, 2014

Use Plants in Your Work/Office Space

Use beautiful greenery in your office space
Adding plants to your office is something that every employee (and business owner and employer) should want to do. The benefits, both physical and psychological are evidenced in numerous scientific studies. The cost savings are also significant enough for any cost conscious business owner to sit up and take notice.

Many people working in an office environment surround themselves with reminders of home. That often includes house plants. Whether you bring your own and care for them yourself or engage the services of a local interior landscape company, every office should include beautiful potted plants. Improve your environment and help clean the air, add indoor tropical plants to your work space!

Click through for more about why plants are good to have in the office. Then come visit us at www.PlantAndFlowerInfo.com to read about lots of different plants that you can put in your work place.

Friday, November 14, 2014

Plants at New Orleans Botanical Garden

Welcome to the New Orleans Botanical Garden. From the 1930s to today, we're proud to offer the city of New Orleans carefully cultivated gardens. Open year round, twelve acres of gardens and art await you. Whether you are a local or a tourist, make sure to take a leisurely stroll through our many gardens. We know you'll see something new each visit and always leave with a smile.

After you visit the New Orleans Botanical Garden, come see us over at

www.PlantAndFlowerInfo.com to learn more about your favorite house plants...