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Welcome to plants@work

Welcome to the Plants at Work (formerly efig ltd) website  - the association representing Interior Landscapers by promoting the use and benefits of Interior Plants.
 
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We are delighted to announce that after 17 years, efig is rebranding. As of 22 January 2018 we are known as the Plants at Work  Ltd - plants@work 
 
The reason for this change is to make our association more relevant. plants@work says exactly what and who we are and clearly states what our main aim is, to supply businesses with first class interior planting to improve their workplaces aesthetically and for wellbeing.
 
There are many benefits of joining us, including:
  • Industry Representation
  • Great Business Opportunities
  • Fantastic Training Programme
  • Networking

Latest News

Indoor Garden Design nominated for Tomorrow's FM Award 2019

Tuesday, 08 January 2019

Indoor Garden Design nominated for Tomorrow's FM Award 2019

Indoor Garden Design has been shortlisted for a prestigious Tomorrow’s FM Award 2019.

 

The Good Plant Company sponsors Biophilic Design seminar

Tuesday, 08 January 2019

The Good Plant Company sponsors Biophilic Design seminar

Plants at work member, Ruscha Mars' business, The Good Plant Company is sponsoring an event organised by the British Council of Offices.

 

Maintenance Technician for Oxford and Birmingham Area Needed

Monday, 07 January 2019

 Maintenance Technician for Oxford and Birmingham Area Needed

Botanica Nurseries have a full or part-time vacancy (minimum 3 days) for a maintenance technician to cover the Oxford and Birmingham area. Working from home but expected to come to our nursery in Slough as required.

Kentia Palm: January 2019 Houseplant of the Month

Friday, 04 January 2019

Kentia Palm: January 2019 Houseplant of the Month

Kentia Palm (Howea forsteriana) is a plant with a relatively small base from which slender stems grow upwards bearing soft, elegant green palm leaves. It’s one of the few palms that thrives on little light, low humidity and cool rooms. Kentia Palm is also an attractive feature in the home: the light passes very attractively through the elegant leaves.

 

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