Many company owners are starting to make green living a big part of their culture. One way they can do this is by adding bonsai plants inside the office.
Plants have been shown to improve air quality and create a lower stress environment, which helps increase productivity. So, how do you get started with these long term.
Some offices might have one bonsai tree in the corner of a room so that employees can enjoy some green plants without it taking up too much space. The consensus is, if you’re going to put something living and green into your workspace, there needs to be more than one pot.
The Ficus tree is a living work of art, and its beautifully sculpted bonsai form tells the story of centuries. The Ficus Bonsai Tree (sometimes called the Weeping Fig) is one of the most traditional and classic plants used as a bonsai. Ficus tree branches grow hanging down, which allows it to be easily bent and shaped into whatever form you would like your bonsai tree to take.
They are also great indoors as they do not require any care beyond occasionally watering them when their soil starts to dry out. The streamlined trunk and branches create a graceful symmetry, while its lush leafy canopy invites you to forget your worries for a while. What better way to express creativity in nature than with this garden-ready ficus?
The oldest tree in the museum was 1,000 years old and still is producing leaves. It would be a wonderful gift for a prized plant collector that enjoys observing slow growth over many generations. This living masterpiece is a true testament to man’s ingenuity, retooling nature for our pleasure.
The benefits of incorporating bonsai plants into your office space have been seen in studies worldwide, so maybe it’s time to consider adding these small trees near the windows. Or even on top of desks, they can help improve air quality while also providing some natural beauty for employees to enjoy.