After a long winter (which doesn’t seem quite over yet), we here at Kittelberger Florist want to call attention to the state of our work place surfaces, including, but not limited to: personal desks, conference and meeting tables, reception areas and cubicles. If yours are cluttered, dismal or just totally bereft, it’s time for a whole-office refresh. Since we spend almost as much time in our work zones as in our homes, it’s important for us to consider how our desks can be organized for efficiency and comfort. We can easily revive them with plants and flowers, and the time to do so is now, just ahead of Administrative Professionals Day on April 25.
If you’ve got the space cleared, try some tulips. These showstoppers can rise up right alongside your monitor, and if your desk is open to the whole room, everyone else can enjoy them too. These beauties bring some instant Spring to your workplace, introducing a lot of color and charm.
Orchids look wonderful on a larger meeting or conference table in a space intended for many to gather. They make such a visual impact that they are best served by an open area. A beautiful office centerpiece, orchids give everyone in the meeting a focal point.
On a desk where space is at a premium, a bowl or dish of succulents is just the thing. These unusual plants offer a lot of interest without demanding too much surface area or attention—they don’t need a lot of light and can be watered infrequently.
Let us at Kittelberger Florist bring some desktop awareness to your work place. Your colleagues—and especially your admins—will thank you.