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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

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Latest News

The BRE Biophilic Office Project update

Thursday, 16 August 2018

The BRE Biophilic Office Project update

At the beginning of July there was an update meeting at BRE Watford for all the partners and disseminating partners involved in their Biophilic Office Project. So one year down since the outset, this is to report on the progress so far and importantly, the next stages.

Cambridge Plants want to know if you're passionate about plants

Friday, 10 August 2018

Cambridge Plants want to know if you're passionate about plants

Cambridge Plants, a leading interior landscaping company in the Cambridgeshire area, is looking to appoint a responsible team-player with basic horticultural knowledge, initiative and attention to detail, to build and maintain plant displays for prestigious commercial premises in the burgeoning local business area.

 

A late summer party in the garden: Hebe

Tuesday, 07 August 2018

A late summer party in the garden: Hebe

Hebe (Speedwell Shrub) is the ideal plant for giving your garden and patio boost in the late summer. White, purple, pink, or lilac flowers instantly lend a fresh energy, and Hebe’s foliage varies in colour from pale green to dark green, and very pale grey. In the winter and spring some varieties even have claret leaves.

 

EILO's London Conference in September

Thursday, 05 July 2018

EILO's London Conference in September

While we know you’ll all be very busy with National Plants@Work Week, take a moment to register for the EILO conference in London this September.

 

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