OUR GREATEST: The Clubhouse at Colony in Murrieta, California.
We have had the pleasure of being a vendor for the Colony for over 20 years. It is an active senior living community with an amazing golf course, tennis courts and fabulous clubhouse. The clubhouse went through a renovation about 4 years ago…
A lot of our staff have been with us for many years. They have seen the ups and downs and they still have stuck around. I’m going to be highlighting them throughout the year. Denise Griffo, our senior account manager,
OUR GREATEST: PALMBROOK CENTER, located in Ontario, CA. When we first took over service in this office building, the planters were mauve. So, that might tell you how long we have been maintaining the plants here. Yup, over 21 years!
GREATEST: TUSTIN COMMUNITY BANK Since 1981, when Tustin Community Bank opened, we have been taking care of their plants. I remember working with Diane (who is still there) on choosing what plants would work. Back then, I was the technician
Question: What type of light does this plant need? Answer: Well, first you need to find out the name of the plant. Not all plants need or want the same type of light. A Ficus Benjamina, for instance, loves light and
As I write this, I reflect on when I first started INSIDE PLANTS. It was first called ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGN, but that was too cumbersome, and nobody knew what we did. After a couple of years, I went to an advertising
Question: Do your indoor plants need fertilizer? Answer: Yes, they do. You should use a mild fertilizer (like Schultz Instant Liquid) that is water soluble and that you use at each watering. That way it makes it simple to use
OUR GREATEST: WLC ARCHITECTS, INC WLC Architects, Inc. has been one of our clients for over 20 years. We have seen them grow from a small office to a huge office building! WLC Architects, Inc. provides complete architectural services, urban
Question: My plant is droopy. Does it need water? Answer: Learning to understand plant language is an art. If a plant is droopy, it could mean that it is either over or under watered. Check the soil at the roots,