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From the rainforest to the Middle East: Planters introduce Plantwires

Planters Horticulture have launched a brand new interior landscaping concept within the Middle East called Plantwires. Inspired by trailing rainforest vines; the new Plantwires can extend down from ceilings and through atriums, malls and palaces; introducing greenery where before it was impossible, and bringing the beauty of nature indoors.

Planters remain at the forefront of innovative landscaping options within the Middle East as they continuously raise the standard of interior landscaping to unprecedented levels. Planters’ custom-made Plantwire solutions are unparalleled within the region; made to measure and able to transform large spaces within offices, malls and hotels into indoor paradises.

With a feel reminiscent of Babylon’s ancient hanging gardens, the custom-fitted vines can dramatically transform a space into a unique and captivating environment; breathing life into large interiors and creating a transfixing centerpiece. This effect can be further amplified by installing Plantwires alongside Plantwalls.

Planters are proud to be the sole distributer of Plantwires in the Middle East. These structures are supplied by the Swedish firm, Green Fortune; the same trusted suppliers who produce their popular Plantwalls. Planters provide a quality aftercare service, ensuring Plantwires are well tended to by their highly experienced and professional maintenance team. In order to uphold Planters’ high standards of service, their employees are fully trained in all aspects of plant care and receive further specialised training in maintaining the unique plant structures that Plantwires and Plantwalls require. This is a skill yet to be matched in the Middle East.

Not only are plants visually appealing, but they have also been proven to have considerable benefits in countless studies. Such benefits include increased employee happiness, efficiency and health; plants can even affect the way clients perceive entire businesses. As plants require carbon dioxide to survive and produce oxygen as a byproduct, they serve to clean and refresh the air naturally and chemical-free, all while creating a captivating visual display.