A note from Christie: I’m excited to share this blog that we were included on from Rent.com Enjoy! According to U.S. Census data, 66 percent of consumers have at least one house plant. As we head into winter, it’s important to acknowledge that plants need a little extra TLC to get them through the season.
This is a conversation we have with our customers all the time in our greenhouse. How to best care for tropical plants in winter in our homes with light levels and humidity dropping. And the answer might surprise you: Less light = less water. Let’s talk about light and watering. Plants naturally slow down their
Creating a paperwhite planter for your home is a fun and easy project to do. What you’ll need: Crushed glass, pebbles, or rock A container or vase to put your bulbs in A pack of paperwhite bulbs Water 1 Pour your rock, crushed glass, or pebbles into your container or vase. Keep in mind the
If you’re like me, you love browsing Pinterest creating inspiration boards of all your rooms. You want your home put together without it feeling staged, to have little touches around that make your space cozy and comfortable – but you’re not quite sure how to get there. I’m thrilled to introduce you to Janelle Carlson
Indoor plants are the home décor staple that will never go out of style. They are beautiful, vibrant elements that can make any room spring to life. But for many, the biggest challenge is caring for them properly. To help out new plant owners as they begin to decorate their home, Redfin reached out to
If you’re just starting your very first plant collection, these are the easiest tropicals that I recommend in my greenhouse to first time houseplant customers. One of my personal favs; ZZ Plants require almost no care and boast luscious, shiny green leaves. They can handle dark areas of the house and minimal watering (like water
One of the most frequent pieces of advice we offer our customers and want to share with you is the idea of drainage for your plants. We’re focusing specifically in this video on drainage for plants in containers. The best way to explain drainage is to actually show it in action. And to start we’re