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Drop What You’re Doing: This “It” Plant Is Available At Costco

Plant parents (current and would be), we have some great news. Costco appears to be selling one of our favorite plants—the fiddle leaf fig.

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Posted on Aug 25, 2017

How To Make a Terrarium — Apartment Therapy Tutorials

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Making your own terrarium is fun and surprisingly easy – and equally easy to maintain. Whatever the climate may be in your large, expansive home or your teeny tiny apartment, a terrarium—given a healthy dose of indirect light and an occasional spritz of water—will be happy as a clam.

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Posted on Aug 16, 2017

Add Plants & Privacy: DIY Glass Window Shelving System

Need more room for your growing plant collection? Need more privacy for one of your windows? This DIY shelf idea can give you both. And it’s a particularly great idea for those living in small homes with limited space.

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Posted on Aug 11, 2017

$45 Later, This Wall is The Best Thing in My New Backyard — Apartment Therapy Original Makeover

Outdoor vertical container gardens don’t have to be fancy, self-watering affairs that cost hundreds of dollars. For under $50, I made a lush, cascading green wall for my new backyard . Not only is it a fantastic focal point that draws your eye, but it takes gardening to a whole new level. And this project couldn’t be simpler to pull off.

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Posted on Aug 6, 2017

Create a (Living!) Statement Wall Piece with a Staghorn Fern — Apartment Therapy Tutorials

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At Potted , we love staghorn ferns…who doesn’t? They’re easy to take care of, do well in the shade and they look like amazing prehistoric creatures hanging on your wall. Win win! So after finishing our new book, “Potted: Make Your Own Stylish Garden Containers,” we realized we really should have included a Staghorn project. So here it is especially for you.

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Posted on Aug 3, 2017

​Plant Lady 101: How To Help Your Plants Stay Happy When You’re Away From Home

You’re going on a two-week trip. You’ve made your lists, you’re running last-minute errands, and you’ve made arrangements for pets and mail. It’s easy to forget about your green household companions, your plants. But if if you do, you’ll come home to find them unhappy or worse. Here are some ways to care for the verdant members of your household when you’re out of town.

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Posted on Jul 31, 2017

Smart Pot Punishes Your Plants If You Don’t Change Your Bad Habits

We’ve offered plenty of tips on how to break bad home habits , but what if a plant’s lifespan depended on your ability to finally kick those less-than-productive tendencies to the curb? Enter Phabit, a device that rewards good habits by keeping plants alive.

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Posted on Jul 8, 2017

The 5 Biggest Mistakes Plant Owners Make

Christan Summers and Ivan Martinez—the brilliant plant whisperers behind the Brooklyn-based plant company Tula House —know a thing or two about raising plants in the big city. And because they spend several days each week greeting prospective plant owners at their Bushwick showroom and from their roaming plant truck, they’re well-versed in the common pitfalls of urban plant care. To help us figure out what’s ailing our oxalis and stressing our spider plants, we asked the Tula House duo for the five things we’re most likely doing wrong—and how to fix them.

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Posted on Jul 6, 2017

LA’s Famed Cactus Store Brings The Desert To New York This Summer

Looking to take your prickly plant posse to the next level? The folks from the Insta famous Cactus Store—located in Los Angeles’ Echo Park neighborhood—are bringing their expertise out east, for a summer long pop up in New York City.

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Posted on Jun 20, 2017

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