In 2013, The University of Technology Sydney conducted groundbreaking research that unveiled a powerful secret to supercharge your productivity: houseplants. Yes, you read that right! Just a single plant on your desk can work wonders, resulting in a 37% reduction in tension, a 44% decrease in anger, and a 38% drop in fatigue. Now, imagine what a small indoor jungle in your home office could do for your workday!
With more people working from home than ever before, it's the perfect time to turn your workspace into a productivity paradise by introducing some green companions.
In this blog post, we've curated a list of ten productivity-boosting houseplants that will not only brighten up your home office but also help you thrive in your work environment.
Alocasia Polly, also known as Elephant Ear, boasts striking arrowhead-shaped leaves adorned with prominent white veins. Its unique appearance adds a touch of exotic elegance to your workspace.
The ever-popular Aloe Vera, with its spined, fleshy leaves, is not only a beauty to behold but also renowned for its resilience and medicinal properties. It's like having a natural healer on your desk!
With bushy round stems and graceful frond-like branches, Fern brings a touch of elegance to your home office. Its mature tendrils add a delicate charm to your workspace.
Aspidistra does exactly what it says on the tin, nicknamed cast iron plant as it is almost indestructible! They are perfect for absolutely anywhere in the home, you don't need to worry about too much or too little sunlight.
Calathea Lancifolia is a wonderfully showy houseplant. It has upright, lance-shaped leaves with long wavy edges that form in clumps, spreading slowly over time. The leaves are variegated with dark green strokes on a pale green background. The undersides are a burgundy red and velvety to the touch.
Cebu Blue pothos, with its long cascading vines and pointed leaves, makes a beautiful table or hanging plant. This plant can also be trained to grow on a pole or trellis. All Pothos Plants have been found to be very efficient in cleaning the air of harmful chemicals.
Hoya Australis or Wax Plant as they are sometimes called are easy to look after, in fact the less you do the less you do the better. The plant has fleshy leaves and produces clusters of fragrant white or pink waxy flowers.
The Maranta, also known as the Prayer Plant, hails from tropical Central and South America. Its captivating foliage and unique leaf movements throughout the day make it a captivating addition to your workspace.
A very popular plant, the peace lily is sought after due to its gorgeous glossy foliage that stays dense and bushy along with its arum-like flowers that are very long-lasting.
The Philodendron Birkin features beautiful striped leaves that make it an eye-catching addition to your workspace. Its unique appearance is sure to spark conversation during your virtual meetings.
By bringing these ten productivity-boosting houseplants into your home office, you'll not only create a more inviting and vibrant workspace but also supercharge your efficiency and well-being.
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