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    STYLISH CORPORATE PLANTS

    Superplants provides regularly maintained plants for offices, hotels, restaurants, penthouses, and many more prestigious venues, at value for money prices.Well maintained and attractive plants enhance the working environment in a multitude of ways. Greenery in the office helps to lift staff morale, improve well being and reduce absenteeism. Plants also improve the visual appeal of the workplace, which can in turn help to attract new clients and new recruits, as well as retain staff.Call Superpla...

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    PLANTS THAT WORK FOR WORK

    Biophilia is the inborn affinity human beings have for other forms of life, and nothing helps improve your working environment than living plants. Both staff and customers will enjoy the enhanced environment and all the benefits plants bring to your office. We supply plants for open plan offices, prestigious hotels, penthouses, restaurants, and many other locations.

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    PLANTS ARE GOOD FOR YOUR BUSINESS

    Plants have many benefits to our health and wellbeing and they are true ‘green’ facilitators. They have positive effects for you, your staff and your working environment, making them a strong investment for your business. Plants are effective in cleaning the indoor air. They absorb toxins (VOCs) emitted by modern building and furnishing materials, electronic equipment and even exhaust fumes which may enter buildings through windows and doors.Plants help to reduce absence from mi...

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    BENEFITS OF PLANTS IN YOUR WORKPLACE

    Improve staff morale, increase productivity, and reduce absenteeism by introducing plants in to your workplace!A team from Exeter University, led by psychologist Craig Knight, researched how plants improve productivity. "The improvement in productivity from placing plants near to staff was remarkable. Plants not only boosted intellectual performance but also improved job satisfaction and sense of wellbeing,” explained Craig Knight in an interview with The Times.

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    ENHANCE YOUR WORKING ENVIRONMENT - BIOPHILIA

    The biophilia hypothesis suggests that humans possess an innate tendancy to seek connections with nature and other forms of life. Edward O. Wilson, an American biologist, theorist, naturalist and author, introduced and popularised the hypothesis in his 1984 book 'Biophilia'.