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To help you with styling your indoor plants, we've asked our two expert stylists and homewares buyers, Lucy Wolstenholme and Connie Kantares, to share their top indoor plant styling tips.
Monstera deliciosa is one of the most popular indoor plant thanks to its' iconic foliage. Read our article to learn more about the different monstera varieties and their care needs.
Calatheas are popular house plants thanks to their impressive foliage.
Achieving the desired lush, green look means knowing how and when to feed your indoor plants. Indoor plant care is really about learning to give the right balance of plant food without supplying more than needed. See our plant care guide for advice on feeding your indoor plants.
Devil's Ivy or Pothos -is a gorgeous group of vine-like plants and one of the most popular plant families for indoor gardeners. Here's a guide to caring for your pothos.
Looking to get your indoor jungle started with easy and low-care indoor plants? These low-maintenance indoor plants are great options for beginner.
All plants, even those sold as ‘indoor’ plants, need light to grow and thrive. If you're wondering how to choose the best indoor lighting for plants, we've got some handy hints.
Ficus elastica, also known as a rubber plant, is no doubt one of the most popular houseplant. And for good reason - rubber plants are incredibly hardy, with a great tolerance for a range of growing conditions making them easy to grow. With all these facts going for them, you'll want to add one into your home, stat!
Every plant parent knows that keeping plants alive can be a challenge. Here are some common reasons why your plants might be dying.
The warm, steamy conditions of your bathroom create the perfect climate for these indoor plants.
🌿 Plant care: Ficus Elastica 🌤️ Position your plant in a brightly-lit spot out of direct sunlight. 💧 Water when the top 2-3cm of the potting mix begins to feel dry, then saturate the mix and allow to dry out. 🧃 Apply liquid fertiliser monthly during warm weather (late spring to late summer) but not at other times. 🍃 Dust with a soft cloth. Your ficus will rarely need pruning other than to remove damaged growth. 📷 Pictured here in our Osiris Basket
Whether you want to spruce up your space for a party night or just want to welcome living flowering colour inside, here are 14 outdoor plants that love to holiday indoors.
At Flower Power, we believe there's no such thing as a black thumb. At the end of the day, it's knowledge, and not some innate ability, that separates the successful plant parents from the hapless plant killers. So if you're not sure how to care for your new indoor plant baby, or you just can't seem to keep them alive, fear not - here's your indoor plant care bible.
Achieving that much-desired look of a lush, green oasis indoors means knowing how and when to feed your indoor plants. Indoor plant care is really about learning to the right balance of plant food without supplying more than needed.
With indoor greenery so popular on social media, plant pics are a sure-fire way to get your ‘like’ count soaring. So, read on for the best ways to grow and care for an on-trend, "insta-worthy" indoor plant that looks great and photographs well.
Indoor plants are brilliant, beautiful things... until, of course, they start to flop or lose their leaves, and leave you feeling like a terrible plant parent. The truth is, most indoor plants are killed with kindness, rather than neglect. So here are three very simple ways to turn things around and get your indoor plants back to beautiful.
A coffee table plant is an instant and inexpensive way to add style and inject colour and personality into your space. Here are some of our favourites.
To keep potted plants healthy and thriving, they need to be repotted regularly. This means taking them out of their container and either putting them into a new, larger container or replanting them into the same container with fresh potting mix. Here's how to do it.
Spathiphyllum (Spathiphyllum commutatum) is a classic indoor plant grown for its lush green strappy leaves and long-lasting white flowers. Learn how to care for them from the plant experts.
If there's one plant that will feature in most of our recent memories, it's definitely the Monstera. How could it not, with its iconic foliage popping up everywhere we turn?
The key to successfully growing plants indoors is to match the plant to the indoor location, especially in areas with low light.
Shelving lends itself to the display of plants that cascade out of their pots and makes the most of interesting containers. If you’ve tried and failed or don’t know which plants to try, here are tips to get the look you want.
Keep your four-legged friends happy, healthy and out of harm’s way with these cat and dog-safe indoor plants.