Enhancing the Environment through Interior Plants with Paige Tisdale: Season 2, Episode 24 of Growing in the Green Industry Podcast - National Association of Landscape Professionals

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Enhancing the Environment through Interior Plants with Paige Tisdale: Season 2, Episode 24 of Growing in the Green Industry Podcast

In season 2, episode 24 of the Growing in the Green Industry Podcast, hosts Miles Kuperus III, system architect at Include Software, Neal Glatt, managing partner of GrowTheBench, Brett Lemcke, VP of R.M. Landscape and Luke Melograno, production coordinator at Mariani Landscape, talk with welcome Paige Tisdale, business developer with Dennis’ 7 Dees.

Tisdale received her Bachelor of Science in horticulture and thrives in sharing her passion of plants and the benefits they offer mentally, physically, and emotionally. Being in the landscape industry for six years, she has dabbled in plant shops, landscaping, golf courses, floral design, and now promotes biophilic design in the urban environment.

With sustainability as a focus in her career, she is a Registered Trainer with Green Plants for Green Buildings and teaches about the positive effects biophilic design has on human behavior, including well-being and productivity. She is currently the vice president of the Oregon Landscape Contractors Association for the Portland Chapter and serves in various capacities of other local and national associations. Currently working on receiving her WELL AP and MBA, she is always striving to learn more about the wonderful world of plants and how they can improve our lives.

In this podcast, Tisdale shares the importance and benefits of interior plants and why bringing nature indoors can enhance the environment with your health and wellbeing. She mentions knowing the language of your client and trends in the current market with remote work.

Listen to the full podcast below.

Jill Odom

Jill Odom is the content manager for NALP.

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