Protect your Plants when moving! If you have ever transported plants  you know that the tender green foliage can be easily damaged if not handled properly. The crew at Botanic Effects packages the entire plant, including the nursery container in what we in the industry call a “sleeve”.  A sleeve is basically a  paper or […]Continue reading

Put a little Green in your Life…with Live plants. Plants  provide living art for your interior spaces. Interior foliage creates the healthy advantages of cleaner air and a more soothing, calming environment also. We’re available to help you get lucky with your plants. Botanic Effects can design and help you select plants  depending on the lighting […]Continue reading

As we begin the new year and the Holiday decor gets tucked away, many of our work and living spaces have that empty feel to them. Perhaps it’s time to add some Interior foliage to those areas…bringing not just beauty into your home or office but some healthy natural air purifiers too. Contact us at […]Continue reading

Society is learning  the value of incorporating plants into man-made environments, both inside and outside for psychological and physical health. Plants advance health,  happiness , mindfulness and productivity when spread throughout interior environments. Including living plants inside a home or business. They revitalize the air, humidity and lower stress levels which is something we can […]Continue reading

Why do some houseplants come in soil and others come in lava rock? If you aquire plants that are grown in a mixture of lava rock, peat moss and time release fertilizer ( usually small green beads in the top portion of the mix) you can bet your green thumb that they were grown in […]Continue reading

Why does a plant get yellow leaves? It is normal to have some leaves yellow and dry up on your indoor potted plants. This processes could be likened to your skin cells that are continuously regenerating. The leaves will never turn green again, so pull the yellow leaves off the plant. If there is excessive […]Continue reading

House plants come from the jungles, deserts and forests of the tropics and subtropics. Some varieties come from islands in the Mediterranean and others come from the diverse climates of Africa and South America. Since the time of the Egyptians mankind has been cultivating plants for indoor use. During the Victorian era palms and aspidistras […]Continue reading