American Plant Exchange has partnered with Repotted Collective to bring you 2 easy Holiday DIY planter projects. Our new plant loving friend Kerry has put together 2 adorable ways to display your favorite holiday season plants, the Norfolk Pine and the Colorado Spruce. See the DIY Santa Planter below.
American Plant Exchange has partnered with Repotted Collective to bring you 2 easy Holiday DIY planter projects. Our new plant loving friend Kerry has put together 2 adorable ways to display your favorite holiday season plants, the Norfolk Pine and the Colorado Spruce. See the DIY Reindeer Planter below.
With the holiday season upon us, you may be ready to start shopping for all the people on your list. Houseplants are a unique, affordable, and thoughtful gift idea. There are many wonderful benefits to keeping plants in your home. While houseplants might not be your first thought when you think of gift-giving, they are sure to spread joy this holiday season and well after for years to come!
We all know that some plants are unsafe for our furry friends, but why are certain plants dangerous? Plant toxicity is a naturally occurring defense mechanism in which the plant tries to prevent itself from being eaten. Since plants cannot move around, they have evolved “weapons” to ward off herbivores.
Most plants will require less watering during the winter months. Make sure to double-check the level of moisture in the soil before deciding to add more water. Also, keep in mind that different plants have different water needs. For example, drought-tolerant plants such as succulents and cacti might not need watering at all during the winter months. Overwatering your dormant plants can lead to root rot.
What you will need:
Wooden basket, Plant of your choice (we chose an assorted foliage pot), Plastic planter saucer, Wired craft ribbon of your choice, Small foam pumpkins, Wooden skewers, Small pack of hay, Glue Gun
Not only do Arabica Coffee plants produce great tasting coffee beans, but they also make great houseplants! They are beautiful and lush, with glamorous, glossy, elliptical, dark green leaves. The coffee tree is actually a variety of a tropical evergreen shrub native to the tropical regions of southern Africa and Asia. It was first brought to the United States in 1813 and became the most popular variety due to its less bitter taste than other types of beans.
The rosemary plant is a versatile herb, houseplant, and evergreen landscape shrub. Though rosemary is most commonly known as a food seasoning, it is also one of the most popular aromatic and medicinal plants around the world.
Everyone has their own design preferences. When a style pleases your senses it becomes your aesthetic. Styles can range from simple and light to eclectic and colorful. One thing is for sure, there is a perfect plant for every aesthetic!