Best business gifts and decoration

Whether you're working in an office or visiting a business location, it's always nice to have a plant or fresh flower arrangement in the space. As flowers and plants are living organisms, they are sure to add freshness and positive energy to any space and to those who work or are in an office.

 Professional gift occasions

There are many occasions where it may be appropriate to give plants as business gifts. Below are some possible occasions where you might consider giving plants and flowers as business gifts:

Success and reward: You can give a plant to an employee or partner to celebrate achieving goals or excelling in an important project.

Customer gift: When you want to express gratitude to a customer for their cooperation.

Holidays and Festive Seasons: During holidays, such as Christmas or Easter, plants such as Christmas trees, plants with holiday decorations and festive arrangements can be given during the festive season as gifts for staff and collaborators.

Business anniversaries: A plant can be a welcome gift to mark a work or business anniversary.

Events and conferences: At business events and conferences, you can offer plants as conference gifts or to speakers as a token of appreciation for their participation.

New Beginnings and Partnerships: When starting a new business relationship or partnership, a plant can be a nice generous gesture to show your interest and respect.

Name days and birthdays: Wish an important client or partner a happy birthday on their birthday or name day.

Wishes for a speedy recovery: A plant can be a wish for a speedy recovery for partners or colleagues who are going through difficult periods of health.

Business Opening: When opening a new business or office, plants can add vibrancy and freshness.

Acknowledgments: To thank someone for their contribution to a project or for support in a professional matter.

Farewells: When someone leaves the company or transfers to another store.

Professional gift ideas

Business gifts are often used to express gratitude, recognition or even promotion. Depending on the recipient and the purpose, there are several gift options that you can consider. Here is a list of popular business gifts:

Drinks: Fine wines, rare whiskies, fine teas or coffees.

Food: Fine chocolates, baskets with gourmet products, special packaging with local products.

Health and Wellness Gifts: Gifts that promote health and wellness, such as fruit baskets, or healthy food and snack baskets.

Plants and flower arrangements: Plants with the right care can last a long time, bringing positive emotions and revitalization to the recipient's space.

When choosing business gifts, it's important to consider the preferences and needs of the recipient. Also, remember that the gift should reflect your company's image and values.

Decoration of professional spaces

Decorating offices with flowers can provide a fresh, welcoming atmosphere. Below you will find some ideas to decorate your office with flowers and plants:

Vases and Planters: Arrange seasonal flowers in pretty vases or planters and place them in strategic places around the office, such as on tables, shelves or windows.

Centerpiece: Create a striking arrangement with roses, lush greenery or colorful seasonal flowers to decorate desks or meeting tables.

Hanging plants: Hang flowers or climbing plants from the ceiling or shelves using hanging pots or decorative planters.

Table Centerpieces: Use small flowers in table centerpieces, such as table centerpieces, or even place them in employees' desks.

Plants in the windows: If there is not much space on the tables, place small plants or flowers in the windows to add color and freshness.

The benefits of plants in a professional area

Improving aesthetics: Plants add color and natural beauty to the office, making it more pleasant and attractive.

Cleaner air: Certain plants, such as fig, dracaena, and fragrant lavender, can help improve air quality by absorbing harmful chemicals.

Stress reduction: The presence of plants can help reduce stress and tension in the workplace, providing a more relaxing atmosphere.

Improve concentration and productivity: Studies have shown that the presence of plants in offices can improve the concentration and productivity of workers.

Noise reduction: Plants such as succulents can act as natural noise filters, helping to reduce noise pollution in the office.

These are some of the benefits associated with the presence of plants in offices. And don't forget that it's important to choose plants that are easy to care for and suit your workplace conditions for the best effect.

What to look out for the correct selection of the plant

Choosing the right plant, you need to consider the area and the conditions in which it will be placed. For example, if the space is in low light, choose plants that can withstand such conditions. Regardless of the occasion, it's important to choose a plant that fits the occasion and give it with care and kindness. Plants if properly cared for can have a long lifespan offering positive emotions and beauty to the recipient's space.

How many plants do you need to feel the benefits? There is no set number for how many plants you should have in your office. If you ask us, don't let plants distract you and take over your workspace. Two to three is enough for most office spaces, but feel free to add more if you have room.

Which plants to choose for a professional space

The best plants for a workplace are:


Place the pachira (money tree) on your desk and attract a raise or promotion. This tiny tree is easy to care for and needs relatively little water during the winter months and more watering in the summer. It grows best in a bright place, where the direct rays of the sun do not hit, but due to its great adaptability, it can also grow in a place with lower lighting.


Add color to your desk with a blooming tropical plant. Make sure you place it near a window for more growth potential.


Classic plant that loves low light and is easy to propagate. Place it high on a shelf and let the leaves decorate the wall or cabinets.


Add a touch of freshness to your office with a passion plant. Its vibrant yellow-green leaves require little sun and little water to thrive, so just sit back and watch it grow.


Known for its soothing properties, aloe will add a refreshing touch to busy days. It doesn't need special care, but you should watch out for excessive watering because it can cause root rot and destroy our plant.


Zamia can thrive in moderate to bright light conditions while also tolerating partial shade. However, avoid direct sunlight. Also this plant does not like moisture and is particularly drought resistant, and like a cactus, you don't have to worry about watering them all the time.


This plant can survive in an office with low light levels and minimal water. But be careful: If you have pets do not choose it as it is toxic for pets.


A succulent can actually store water in its thick leaves. Therefore, the plant could not be easier to care for and does not require constant watering. It's great if you just want to have something nice to look at on your desk!


This "lucky" plant needs very little light, so it's perfect for indoors. It will also give your workplace the necessary Feng Shui energy. It likes to be on the windowsill and only needs a little water and a little sun.


It loves water a lot and makes sure its soil is well drained. Do not forget to spray its leaves regularly. Prefers strong filtered natural light and will tolerate low light conditions, but flowering may be reduced.


Depending on the type of bonsai, the growing conditions differ. Most bonsai love direct sunlight, but there are also bonsai ideal for places that don't get much light. In general, your plant should be watered as soon as the surface of the soil is dry. In the summer months, water may be needed twice a day.


Areca does not like very low temperatures and cold air currents as they will damage its foliage. It prefers a humid atmosphere, so it is good to spray its foliage with water. It is a plant that does not need a lot of water. During the winter months we dilute the watering.


It thrives in areas with light that does not directly hit it with sunlight. However, as it is a resistant plant, it can also survive in places with less light. Before we water the dracaena, we check that its soil has dried and then we water our plant.