Episode three: office plants
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This week's show is about the plants that keep us company in the workplace: the good, the bad and the seriously wilted. We've got a question on sowing herbs in the kitchen, and I find out why everyone needs a marimo ball in their office.
Once you've had a listen, do venture over to my blog where you can read a Q&A with IKEA about their houseplant offering, and my pick of the top five IKEA plants.
Today's guests are...
Horticulturist and blogger Lou Nicholls, who tells me about her adventures in office landscaping;
Christopher Satch, plant scientist at The Sill in New York, an indoor plant design, delivery and maintenance firm, helps me find a suitable plant for my tricky office situation;
Dr Craig Knight, psychologist at Exeter University, explains how and why office plants raise the mood in offices.
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If you'd like to share a picture of your office plants - to ask a question or tell me what you think of the show, you can comment below, email firstname.lastname@example.org or tweet @janeperrone. Do like the On The Ledge Facebook page, too.
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