Are you interested in adding some houseplants to your home but are worried about their growing conditions and requirements? Although it is true that some houseplants can be quite finicky, there are many others that are easy to grow and care for.
Do you want to freshen up your living room and make it warmer and more welcoming? A few houseplants in the right locations could be exactly what your living room needs to give the room a natural vibe and a bit of color.
Tillandsia, or as they’re widely referred to as, Air Plants, are strange and beautiful plants native to Northern Mexico and the South-Eastern United States. They are so named because they get most of their nourishment from the air and do not require soil to grow.
We’re always looking for new and trendy ways to hang plants; a macrame hanger or strange thrift store finds can really up to your decor game. But today, we’re going to show you how to make your own hanging planter with just a few simple supplies!
Vining plants are all the rage right now, hanging in every window and off of every shelf in the homes of pant lovers around the world. But what if your ceilings aren’t high and your plants are too long? Or if you’re just looking for a unique way to show off your vining plant babies?