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Did you know that flowers and plants are scientifically proven to improve the dynamic in the workplace, whether in a corporate space or home office? Research shows that workers’ idea generation, creative performance and problem solving skills improve substantially in workplaces that include flowers and plants.

The great news is: It’s an easy way to spark creativity and boost morale. Interior designer Kelli Ellis and I recently partnered to provide tips and trends for using flowers to your advantage in the workplace. You’ll even find out which colors can help fight fatigue!

Have you ever worked in a place that had flowers in meeting rooms or offices? How did it make you feel?

For more tips and advice, visit aboutflowers.com/twominutetrends.

Trends: Office/Problem Solving - Photo Courtesy Society of American Florists

Trends: Office/Problem Solving - Photo Courtesy Society of American Florists

Trends: Office/Problem Solving - Photo Courtesy Society of American Florists

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Enhancing Wellness in Your Life

by Mark Woodman on January 13, 2018 at 10:57 am

The hurried, non-stop lifestyles that we live today can be stressful. After a long day or before the start of a new one, it is important for our homes to serve as a refuge, a place where we can escape from the pressures of the outside world. There is a simple, easy way to achieve that – flowers. Did you know that flowers are scientifically proven to decrease worry and anxiety? Even certain colors can create a feeling of zen. Check out these tips from interior designer Kelli Ellis and me on how you can create spaces in your home to help you decompress and relax.

Have you ever experienced a moment of calm in the presence of flowers?

For more tips and advice, visit aboutflowers.com/twominutetrends.

Trends: Wellness - Photo Courtesy Society of American Florists

Trends: Wellness - Photo Courtesy Society of American Florists

Trends: Wellness - Photo Courtesy Society of American Florists