Our success over the last 30 years is due to our business strategy, excellent customer service, and research. We do not sacrifice quality on any occasion, and we rely on academic literature to support our mission. In this era, we also value the importance of transparency, and wish to direct to you to some of the scientific papers used to validate the facts presented on this website.
Both Scott and Jocelyn have studied horticulture, and regularly stay
updated with new research.
Alcock, I., White, M. P., Wheeler, B. W., Fleming, L. E., & Depledge, M. H. (2014). Longitudinal effects on mental health of moving to greener and less green urban areas. Environmental science & technology, 48(2), 1247-1255.
Lottrup, L., Stigsdotter, U. K., Meilby, H., & Claudi, A. G. (2015). The workplace window view: a determinant of office workers’ work ability and job satisfaction. Landscape Research, 40(1), 57-75.
Nieuwenhuis, M., Knight, C., Postmes, T., & Haslam, S. A. (2014). The relative benefits of green versus lean office space: Three field experiments. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied, 20(3), 199.
O'Sullivan, O. S., Holt, A. R., Warren, P. H., & Evans, K. L. (2017). Optimising UK urban road verge contributions to biodiversity and ecosystem services with cost-effective management. Journal of environmental management, 191, 162-171.