Creating a desk garden brings greenery into your office, making it more pleasant and bright. Grow little plants on your desk or office with these simple methods:
Indoor plants should be compact and low-maintenance. Mini cactus, succulents, snake plants, pothos, and small potted herbs are popular.
Keep desk-friendly containers small and light. Pots with drainage holes prevent overwatering. You can also use unusual containers like mugs, teacups, or decorations.
Most indoor plants need light. If your office lacks natural light, place your desk garden near a window with indirect sunlight or choose plants that thrive in low light.
Watering and maintaining self-watering pots is easier. The reservoir in these containers lets plants absorb water as needed, preventing overwatering.
Consider hanging or wall-mounted planters for small desks. These can be wall-mounted or ceiling-hung to add verticality to your desk garden.
Water your plants regularly based on their demands. Overwatering is normal, so check soil moisture and regulate watering.
A desk garden adds nature to your working and reduces stress. Desk gardens are simple and efficient office additions because regular plant interaction improves mood and productivity.
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