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September Plant of the Month: Dracaena

Our September Plant of the Month is the Dracaena. The dracaena is a genus of plant with over 100 different species. Dracaena varieties can be grown indoors or outdoors and range from small office plants to large trees. They work well on their own or in pairings. Dracaena Varieties Dracaena Marginata: a dracaena marginata is… Read More

July Plant of the Month: Angelonia

Angelonia is a flower that stands tall and adds a pop of color in landscape flower beds or beautiful planter bowls. This flower is soft and delicate; it adds height and color to a garden without overpowering the other plants. It is a relatively new plant and has only been around since the 1990s. This… Read More

May Plant of the Month: ZZ

The ZZ plant, also known by its scientific name, Zamioculcas zamiifolia. A couple other names for the ZZ plant is Zanzibar gem, emerald palm, and zuzu plant. It’s pretty easy to see why it is referred to as a ZZ. The ZZ plant grows tall stalks with oblong green leaves. The plant is quite unique and each plant has… Read More

How to Wick Plants

At Interiorscapes, we are constantly working to improve the way we take of care of plants for our interior plant maintenance clients. One way we are doing this is by wicking plants. Learn more about how to wick plants from Kevin, one of our plant techs. In the video, as shown below, Kevin demonstrates how to… Read More

Featured Client: Renaissance Ross Bridge Resort and Spa

Renaissance Ross Bridge Golf Resort and Spa has been a client of Interiorscapes since the hotel opened in 2005. To call it simply a hotel is a little simplistic. This resort located in Birmingham, Alabama is actually a Scottish castle and is home to a world-class golf course. In addition, it has a spa, tennis… Read More

January Plant of the Month: Bromeliad

Bromeliad Croton Arrangement

Happy New Year everyone! For our January plant of the month, we have chosen an interior plant because it’s too cold to even think about going outside unless absolutely necessary. Our plant this month is the bromeliad. Bromeliads are colorful plants that add a bit of a tropical feel to their surroundings. They come in… Read More

October Plant of the Month: Sansevieria

The Sansevieria is a tall, elegant indoors plant. Most plants have a scientific name and a more common, everyday name. Sansevieria is no exception to this; in fact, an interesting thing about Sansevieria is that it has many commonplace names. The other names: mother in law’s tongue, snake plant, snake tongue, devil tongue, jinn’s tongue… Read More

Fun Fall Installation

Happy fall, everyone! We at Interiorscapes love getting the chance to do installations like this where we can do seasonally appropriate decor. This is such a fun job to do. Check it out!   We also got the chance to do another fall installation. This one frames the entranceway for one of our clients.

Plant of the Month

With September being in full swing, it’s time to start thinking about fall planting. So for our inaugural plant of the month, we chose one of our favorite fall flowers: the pansy. The scientific name for the pansy is viola tricolor var. hortensis. As noted by the name, the pansy is a member of the… Read More

Succulent Planting

This year at Interiorscapes, we introduced succulents to our roster of plants. Succulents are drought-resistant plants that have recently become the next big thing in the plant industry. They are popular because they are hardy plants that have interesting shapes and colors. Succulents come in many varieties that are different colors, shapes and sizes. Some… Read More

Ground Breaking Plant Design.

Introducing green, living plants into the work place is a simple and cost effective solution to indoor air pollution. Plants also provide great psychological benefits such as reducing stress and promoting productivity, employee happiness, and creative problem solving. Exterior plants add beauty and curb appeal to any building, as well as combat pollution. By incorporating… Read More