Efig's new office plant of the year announced

The Spathiphyllum is the new Efig office plant of the year and the group will use the peace lily to promote National Plants at Work Week (July 8-12) with online campaigns and a display at the UK Green Building Council in London.

Efig want architects and developers to use more office plants. Efig’s new chairman Ian Drummond, of Indoor Garden Design, says the Spathiphyllum is one of the best air cleaning plants and is ideal for desk top display because "it brings calm to the workplace and is easy to care for".

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