This post was written by ClarisseGeneral Manager at ComfortPlants.com Before buying a houseplant, there are several factors that you need to consider to ensure that the houseplant you will be getting will grow strong and healthy under your care. These are the factors that you should check before getting your houseplant. Know your area ItContinue reading “How to choose the best plant for your home”
Starting this blog was quite intimidating for me. I was worried that I would just be screaming into the void. To watch the readership grow has been extremely validating, and it is all thanks to my readers that I’m able to now proudly, and with a heart full fo gratitude, announce that I am nowContinue reading “Discount for US readers at Comfort Plants”
Houseplants are a great source of joy and pride for many growers, but it is no secret that they have become less accessible as of the past few years. The plants which have been hit hardest by this price hike are undoubtedly so called “rare” plants. To be entirely clear, to call these plants rareContinue reading “3 Rare Plants and More Affordable Alternatives”
If you recall my post about growing plants in terracotta, you know that I’ve been aware of Terraplanters for a long time now, but I couldn’t justify getting one for a fair amount of time, because they were quite expensive when they first arrived on the market compared to most other planters. For those whoContinue reading “I try: Terraplanters (an honest review)”
As some of you may have noticed, I’ve been significantly less active on this blog recently. This is partially because of my no-buy year, which is putting a bit of a bottleneck on the content I can create, but I would be lying if I didn’t mention that it’s also because I’ve just been busyContinue reading “I Try: Levitating Planters”
I’m not sure if hydro plants are also trending elsewhere in the world, but they certainly are here in Australia. When you think about it, it makes a lot of sense that people are getting into hydro: The houseplant hobby has expanded exponentially since the pandemic hit, but as people are increasingly returning to theirContinue reading “Hydro plants: A simple guide to growing in water”
If I’m going to be completely honest, I’ve always been a little intimidated by ferns. For the most part, I hadn’t had any wholly negative experiences with them, but I was also aware that many people found them hard to keep alive. As many of you know, I’m currently in a no-buy year (though IContinue reading “3 Fern Care Tips”
I recently moved a fair few plants outside (in a greenhouse), sold cuttings of plants that were beginning to take up too much space, and relegated a few orchids into bathrooms in order to make space because I’ve been trying to promote a more focused environment in the home with more negative space. I’m happyContinue reading “2021: My ‘no-buy’ year”
We all know that 2020 was a rough time for houseplant lovers: the sudden rise in demand for certain houseplants created an economic bubble around those plants *cough* Monstera deliciosa Albo borsigiana *cough* Philodendron florida ghost *cough* and also marginally raised the prices of most other plants. Taking into account the influx of new plantContinue reading “4 predictions about houseplant trends in 2021”
2020 has been a tough year for everyone’s mental health, with the precarious political landscape, global pandemic, and economic disturbance. Houseplants are clearly the solution to all our problems obviously not a fix for these problems, and they are in no way a substitute for professional help when it comes to improving one’s mental health.Continue reading “Top 5 houseplants for mental health”
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