We houseplant people aren’t always the easiest people to shop for at Christmas time. Oftentimes, we can be picky about what plants we want, making it hard to buy plants for us. Of course, that is to say nothing of the possibility that we might already have certain plants that we end up being giftedContinue reading “5 Perfect gifts for plant people (that aren’t houseplants)”
Succulent arrangements make for lovely centrepieces, gifts, or decorations. On top of that, they’re easy and inexpensive to make. The tiered succulent arrangement that I will be teaching you to make today adds height to otherwise flat succulent arrangements, which further improves their visual appeal. Materials 3 different sized terracotta pots A terracotta saucer SucculentsContinue reading “How to make a DIY tiered succulent arrangement”
This piece was posted on the Plants Across Melbourne blog, and can be found here. Below is an excerpt of the original post. Indoor plants are a must-have in any space as they come with many different benefits. They’ve also been an essential part of interior design for a very long time. As more andContinue reading “THE ULTIMATE GUIDE TO INDOOR PLANTS”
Flowers have been the object of human admiration and appreciation throughout history and across cultures because of their beauty. It’s all well and good to bring them into our homes in the form of cut flowers, but they usually only last for around two weeks before wilting away. Fortunately, there are houseplants that can surviveContinue reading “Top 5 flowering plants to brighten up your home”
Indoor trees make for beautiful vertical elements that draw the eye upward, creating height in a room or a group of plants. They also balance out larger floor plants and furniture that don’t add a lot of height. They should be added to any room which has many low-lying visual elements like most pieces ofContinue reading “Top 5 Indoor Trees”
Air plants are some of the most fascinating plants for houseplant owners: they don’t need any soil, they’ll grow on just about any surface, and they come in all shapes and sizes. I love air plants because they’re easy to care for and don’t attract pests because they don’t need be to grown in aContinue reading “Air Plant Care Guide: 3 important tips for keeping your Tillandsia looking good”
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)”
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