We have built our reputation by providing world class customer care, including a single point of contact and access to the highest quality plant material. Our resources connect us with the best the industry has to offer including many lines of decorative containers and vessels. We proudly service the Hospitality Industry, Professional Offices, Retail, Healthcare Facilities , Property Management and Residential clientele. Blondie’s is your full service Interior Plantscape resource.

color rotation program

many people do not realize that interiors can be more polluted than the exterior environment. Green Walls assist in cleaning the pollutants out of the air and help regulate temperature and humidity levels. They help to improve the health and well-being of those around them and are a magnet for meeting and collaborative spaces. Blondie’s has over a decade of experience specifying, procuring plant material, installing, renovating and maintaining various Green Wall systems.

Feature Project | 151 West 42nd Street

The Garden Room in the 151 West 42nd Street 45,600 square foot amenity space features a floor-to-ceiling green wall. This impressive custom curved green wall is approximately 975 square feet and features 12 species and 20 varieties of plants totaling over 2,200 individual green plants.

biophilia

[ bahy-oh-fil-ee-uh ]
the love of nature and living things

Clearly, nature calls to something very deep within us. Biophilia, the love of nature and living things, is an essential part of the human condition. Hortophilia, the desire to interact with, manage and tend nature, is also deeply instilled in us. The role that nature plays in health and healing becomes even more critical for people working long days in windowless offices, for those living in city neighborhoods without access to green spaces, for children in city schools or for those in institutional settings such as nursing homes. The effects of nature’s qualities on health are not only spiritual and emotional but physical and neurological. I have no doubt that they reflect deep changes in the brain’s physiology, and perhaps even its structure.”
– Oliver Sacks