Wednesday, June 24, 2015

Groups of Three

The designers at Everything Grows often put indoor plants in groups of three.  From a design standpoint, using groups of threes helps build interest and drama, as well as harmony in your space.  Objects that appear in threes are more appealing, memorable, and effective than other numbers of objects. 

Here are some examples of groups of three that we have recently installed:




The three photos below are groups of three just off the elevator landing, with each floor being a different color (orange, blue, or gray) to help visitors identify which floor they are on.  It is very effective and dramatic.




Wednesday, June 17, 2015

Amazing Service

One of our biggest strengths at Everything Grows is our team of plant care professionals that service the plants at our customer's locations.  Their pride in workmanship, experience and training puts them among the best in the industry at what they do.  

The tropical plants in this Bay Area luxury model home have been in our care for over 3 years. The plants have matured beautifully under the watchful eye of the experienced plant service technician assigned to the account. Our orchid rotation program ensures that these gorgeous blooming plants are replaced regularly to keep their vibrant, delicate look. 



















Wednesday, June 10, 2015

Lovely Lemon Limes!

This set of three Dracaena Lemon Limes adds a burst of vibrant color against this otherwise white-and-grey wall in a high traffic area.

Our designer spotted this file cabinet space and the empty alcove and envisioned instantly the use of a few bold tropical plants below the recessed lights to add just a touch of color and texture to what might otherwise be a drab and empty countertop.



Everything Grows offers full service design, installation and ongoing plant maintenance service to fit nearly any budget.  Contact us today with your project and let us help you make your vision a reality!


Wednesday, June 3, 2015

Geometric Plants

Here are some great photos of geometric plants
 Aloe Polyphylla (above)

 Amazon Lily (above)
 Crassula Buddhas Temple Plant (above)
Dahlia (above)
 Drosophyllum Lusitanicum (above)
 
Hoya Aldrichii (above)