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It’s Time to Plan Your Office Holiday Decorating

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It’s hard to believe that it’s already that time of the year to think about your office holiday decorating, as well as decorating for upcoming office holiday parties. Let The Wright Gardner do all the work so that you can put your best festive cheer on display in your space with gorgeous holiday greenery and other elements. Here […]

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Avoid an office plant service nightmare

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7 questions to ask your office plant service vendor to avoid a service nightmare At The Wright Gardner, we are huge fans of asking good questions. We recently brainstormed and prioritized the questions we felt that every client should ask before entering into a service relationship with us or anyone else. We hope these prove useful in […]

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TWG in Associated Press for leadership in change management

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We’ve undergone a whole lot of change at TWG in the last few years. We’ve transitioned to new ownership, and we’ve integrated several more plant companies also amidst ownership retirement transitions. All the while, we’ve built and transitioned to entirely new mobile technology systems. These have allowed us to work more efficiently in the field […]

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Meet Miranda, Plant Technician for TWG

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Plant Technician Miranda Gill with Dracaena reflexa at The Wright Gardner office. At the Wright Gardner, we truly enjoy working with our clients to design and create interior plantscapes that improve their space and fit their budget. Each client is unique, so every installation is tailored to their needs, but our work doesn’t stop there. In […]

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You Can’t Afford to Ignore Biophilia in The Silicon Valley

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The simple presence of natural elements like office plants can act as a buffer when dealing with the normal nine-to-five stress. Biophilia, a concept first introduced by biologist E. O. Wilson, suggest that humans are born with and innate desire to connect to nature. Whether that be a hike on the weekend, a relaxing trip […]

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Plant watering service: Do I really need to hire someone just to water the plants? Hint: there’s a lot more to it than watering!

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Professional plant care is not easy. It takes years to accumulate the experience required to keep plants thriving indoors, and most businesses just don’t have the time or expertise needed to do it well. Plant Watering Service? But I have green-thumb colleagues who will take care of the plants here in the office… When we […]

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Is Your Office Too Dark for Plants?

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Having an office in the Bay Area doesn’t necessarily guarantee large windows and abundant natural light. In fact, we find most offices in the areas we serve in northern California – including San Francisco, Oakland, the East Bay, Silicon Valley, San Jose, Sacramento and the surrounding areas – tend to have limited natural light in […]

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The Wright Gardner Makes Safety A Priority With Automile

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The Wright Gardner was recently featured by Automile on its Blog for our use of its fleet management product to improve our safety practices. See below… The Wright Gardner provides plant services that make indoor environments more vibrant, healthy, and productive, and is based out of San Francisco, CA. As a private, locally owned business, they […]

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10 Reasons Facilities and Office Management Professionals Should Bring Live Plants into their Spaces

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Did You Know? Workers in office environments with natural plants as elements, such as greenery and sunlight report a 15% higher level of well-being, are 6% more productive, and are 15% more creative. Source: The Global Impact of Biophilic Design in the Workplace Plants are Critical to any Interior Design – Why it matters Our […]

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Why indoor plants are important for indoor air quality

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Indoor air quality is a major problem for commercial buildings. Indoor plants can filter the air in offices to eliminate harmful toxins present in most commercial buildings. Most people spend about 90% of their time indoors. In 1970, the Arab oil embargo led building designers and operators to reduce ventilation rates to improve their energy […]

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