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Interior landscaping specialists join forces through significant acquisition

Indoor Garden Design joins the Nurture Landscapes family, expanding Nurture’s display service across the UK. Surrey-headquartered Nurture Landscapes Holdings Limited has completed its acquisition of leading interior landscaping specialist Indoor Garden Design (IGD). The Nurture Landscapes Group is an award winning landscaping company consisting of two leading brands; Nurture Landscapes and Gavin Jones, who deliver a variety of landscaping services nationwide to a diverse client base. Nurture Landscapes, provide Landscape Maintenance, Winter Gritting and Plant Display Services to the corporate sector, with Gavin Jones providing a full Landscape Construction service,…

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What is Biophilia?

Biophilia is the attraction to nature all humans have – our genetic connection to the natural world. This has built up over hundreds of thousands of years living in agricultural settings.  The term popularized by American biologist Edward O Wilson in the 1980’s. He observed how increasing rates of urbanisation led to a disconnect with the natural world.  Biophilic Design uses these ideas as principles to create a human centred approach. When applied this helps to  improve the spaces that we live and work in. Also bringing numerous benefits to…

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RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2021

The Green Room

Malvern Garden Buildings x Indoor Garden Design Our imaginations have run wild with a perfect partnership. Creating an exhibit to spark joy and celebrate British eccentricity for the new House Plant Studio Area. Take a sneaky peek at what we’re planning. We have collaborated with Malvern Garden Buildings for RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2021. Think neon pink macrame hanging plants, grow lights and a steamy space for houseplants. The Green Room will be an immersive houseplant filled VIP retreat where the “planterati” can escape the hustle and bustle of the…

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Art & Plants in conversation with ARTIQ

Plant & Art working together to promote wellbeing in our surroundings

Art and Plants in conversation with ARTIQ

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Social Distancing With Plants

palm plants in working office space

 Starting to think about returning to work? We have a few ideas on how to make plants work for you in the office. As a business, we understand the challenges faced when creating a safe work environment for our employees. If you are looking to section off an open plan office space, or create safe movement along walkways then planting can offer a flexible solution. Firstly, plants can be used as partitions or room dividers, Secondly, plants are a perfect way to separate areas without having to build a permanent structure. For example,…

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Top 5 Indoor Plants to Boost Productivity

plants at work week by indoor garden design

Biophilic principles state an inherent need for humans to connect with nature.  Yet barriers created by city living, like gloomy offices and hectic schedules, can prevent us from easily forming that strong connection. Indoor Garden Design has sought to ‘Bring nature to the workplace’ with indoor plants for the past forty five years, but what about when your workplace is in your home? In this difficult period that the world is currently battling through, many of us are working in a home environment and struggling to find some semblance of normality…

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Capturing Houseplants – Meet The Team

close up of anthurium plants

Here at Indoor Garden Design, many of our team members are very creative and possess hidden talents, often including houseplants.  Installations Technician, Finn Gordon spends Monday to Friday coordinating and delivering our planting schemes to many of our clients all over London.  In his spare time, among other subjects, houseplants and the natural world feature very heavily throughout his photography.  On a recent team trip to The Giant Houseplant Takeover in The Glasshouse at RHS Wisley, Surrey – His flair really became apparent!   ‘Green Carpet’ – by Finn Gordon…

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Houseplants – Time for a Spring Clean


With Spring in full swing and summer just around the corner, houseplants are out of dormancy and  are showing signs of new growth.  There are a few easy-to-do jobs that you can complete throughout the Spring which will prepare your houseplants for a strong and healthy summer; so you don’t have to worry about them not looking their best for the rest of the year.   (Image from intrayplants.com) Re-potting. Re-potting is the best way to give tired looking plants a new lease of life.  Re-potting into a new, larger…

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A Message from Indoor Garden Design

dracaena close up

Hello all, As the CV-19 Virus continues to spread around the country, Indoor Garden Design are working incredibly hard to ensure we respond to the latest Government guidelines to ensure our staff, clients and members of the public remain safe whilst supporting you, our clients and customers, as best as we possibly can. We have activated our business continuity plan and adapted it in line with advice from Public Health England and the UK Government.  Following a brief pause in our operations on 23rd March, we have rescheduled all client…

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Favourite Office Plant 2019

Favourite Office Plant 2019 has been announced as Philodendron xanadu. The judges present were Matthew Appleby of Horticulture Week, Claudia de Yong, award-winning garden designer and Chanel de Kock of the Flower Council of Holland. Accompanied by a remote panel of judges, they all felt that Philodendron xanadu fulfilled the criteria of a retro revival with its lush, leafy form much as last year’s winner the Monstera deliciosa. They also agreed that it works well on its own or as under-planting. Voting secured the top spot for the Philodendron by…

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