Indoor Plants

What kind of lighting do you have?

The first step in bringing life to your interior with indoor plants is figuring out how much light you have and whether the lighting is direct or indirect. Here is a diagram to show you what it means to have high light, low light, direct light, indirect lighting, and everything in between. This image has the perspective of north facing windows. The cardinal direction of your windows will determine how long you have lighting and how intense the lighting is. an east facing window will get less time but higher intensity light than a north facing window. Determining your light situation is crucial to keeping your plants alive and thriving forever.

how to categorize levels of light

Why Indoor Plants are Valuable

  • Studies have shown that plants in the workplace can increase productivity by 12%

  • Plants increase people’s perception of friendliness and cleanliness

  • Employees see a 15% increase in concentration and creativity when working around indoor plants

  • Indoor plants reduce employee turnover allowing you to keep employees for longer and keep them happier

Where Do Our Indoor Plants Come from?


If you are new to plants, you may not know that there is a difference between the plants found at big box stores, called “Mass Market’ plants, and the plants we use, called “Interiorscape Market” Plants. Our plants are majorly grown in Florida due to the year-round tropical climate that is optimal for beautiful and healthy indoor plants. The reason why tropical environments produce the best indoor plants is because the climate most closely resembles our indoor environment.

A modern nursery uses a series of automatic systems that control the shade levels, watering, fertilizer injections, and humidity levels that turn a plant clone into a big healthy plant. Most nurseries are measured in acres and grow hundreds of species using climate controlled greenhouses. Mass market plant growers push the limits of plants to produce as many as possible through lighter shade levels making the plants grow faster while interiorscape market growers use darker shade which produces a slower growing, but stronger plant. We use trusted growers to supply us with higher quality plants that last longer than ones found at big box stores giving you a better value for your dollar. Check out the products page to see which plants are regularly available to beautify your building.

Live indoor plants in decorative containers

What to Consider When Buying Indoor Plants



Does your space have adequate lighting for the plant you desire? Many plants do best in specific levels and angles of sunlight so it is important to be aware of how much light your area gets.


Normal indoor humidity level sits around 40% which is optimal for most species of indoor plant. There are also areas where this is not the case such as by the entrance of a building.


Some plants need to be watered twice a week while others only need water once a month. Some plants need to be pruned more than others or fertilized often.

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