If you're a #plantparent, you've got to have the very best home for your botanical offspring. These DIY planters are easy to make and personalize for your style — and you probably have most of the supplies you need already lying around your house (no fancy pottery wheel or kiln required here!).
When the weather turns colder, you might have to bring your green babies in from your garden and transplant them into pots. Or maybe you just love weaving plants into your home decor year-round. Either way, these six instagrammers are here for you with awesome DIY ideas you'll want to try asap.
There's no need to get away when every day's a staycation in a tropical destination. Even if you aren't swimming in sweet humidity, per se, you can still turn your home into a relaxing jungle paradise by making some room for these exotic house plants.
More than ever, we're hungry for pops of green in our décor by way of lush, thriving houseplants. There are definite health boosts to having 'em around (better air quality + better mood!) and they’re just so soothing to look at. Here are five plant aficionados who are greening up our Instagram feeds, along with their words of wisdom for fellow plant lovers.
"A rose by any other name would smell as sweet," wrote William Shakespeare. True story, unless your rose bush has mildew, is being eaten by pests, or gets a virus (yup, it happens). Not to be a total downer, but the most beautiful heirloom varieties are also the most susceptible to issues. The best way to prevent problems is to spring for a variety that has been bred to resist disease if the first place. Too late for that? Read on to learn how to play rose doctor.
The big, bright blooms of gerbera daisies make them an easy pick at the garden center. But to keep them happy and healthy back at home, you'll need a little know-how. Even though it's usually sold as a houseplant or garden annual, this flowering plant is actually a herbaceous perennial that's native to South Africa. (Yes, that means you may be able to plant it once and enjoy it year after year! Woohoo!) Make sure your green thumb is ready to take on these daisies with these tips: