Plant Sticks

 

It’s that time of year where a few plants I’ve brought in from the cold will rebel and give up the ghost – right now all bets are on a potted palm and a snake plant calling it a day. That means I’m paying extra attention to the health of all the others, and trying to prep them for winter as best I can. These solid brass plant sticks are a beautiful way to give them a little extra support where needed. They come as a set of three shapes and heights from 7- to 11-inches.

 

 

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10 Watering Cans to Help You Keep Those Plant Babies Alive

 

The fear of a May snowstorm has finally left me, and I’m just about ready to commit to putting all my plants outside for the summer. For the past few years I’ve been using an old glass milk bottle to water them all, but I think it might be time to find something with a little more precision in its pour. These are some of my favorite watering cans that I’m trying to decide between.

 

1/Modern Watering Can   2/Hoop Handle Mini Watering Can   3/Haws 1-Liter Steel Watering Can   4/Brass Watering Can   5/Kaenjusai Watering Can   6/Medium Matte Black Watering Can   7/Modern Copper Watering Can   8/Saic Watering Carafe   9/Zen Watering Can   10/Menu Well Watering Can

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Tips + Tricks: Plants (+ a Case Study Planter Giveaway)

 

If you’re anything like me you’re home is slowly being taken over by a jungle of houseplants. I don’t have the greenest thumb, but I try to help it thrive and grow as much as possible by attempting to give them the right amount of water, feeding them occasionally, and reading up on anything that might help me out. (And when one kicks the bucket I replace it and move on.)

 

Houseplant Watering Secrets from Regular People Who Keep their Plants Alive & Happy

How Much Light to Give Your Houseplants

10 Houseplants That Will Actually Help You Sleep

10 Great Indoor Plants to Keep You Company this Winter

Happy Houseplants: 30 Lovely Varieties to Brighten Up Your Home

 

 

The RIGHT Way to Grow Your Herbs Indoors

What To Know Before Buying Plants Online (& Where to Get Them)

Do These Things Now & Be a Responsible Plant Parent in 2018

Oddly Intriguing Indoor Plants You’ve Probably Never Heard Of

Yes, They’re Real: 7 Stunning House Plants That Are Actually Pink

 

 

Keeping Your Fiddle Leaf Fig Alive (Or Going Faux)

Lessons I Learned on My Path to Becoming a Plant Lady

5 Tips for Caring for Fiddle Leaf Figs

Foolproof Ways to Keep Your Succulents Alive and Thriving

7 Larger-Than-Life Plants That Make Serious Statements

 

 

I Keep Accidentally Killing My Plants, So I Asked 3 Experts For Help

5 Big (Yet Common) Plant Mistakes You’re Currently Making

How to Create an Indoor Garden Your Cat Will Love (Because She’s a Plant Lady, Too)

The Best Houseplants for Every Room in Your Home

10 Pet-Safe Houseplants

How to Propagate Plants Even If You’re a Beginner

 

 

In celebration of all things spring, green, and modern we’re giving away this insanely gorgeous Modernica Case Study table top mushroom planter with plinth in Mustard! It’s their newest color on the block and such a great neutral that sets off your (hopefully thriving) greenery oh so well. Case Study’s planters are my absolute favorite – I think I own about six – for their quality, shapes, and colors and I know you’ll love this one. See below for all 12 ways you can enter to win!

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November Favorites

1/ 3 Pack of Assorted Mini Air Plants
After the sad little air plant (tillandsia) that never grew, but that I’d managed to keep alive for three years, kicked the bucket last month I picked up some new babies/victims. I also bought some for my Grandma as a Christmas gift because she’s another plant lover and had never heard of them! Now to keep those alive for at least a few weeks…

2/ 7 ft Pre-Lit Alberta Spruce Tree
I picked up this tree last year post-holiday season and love it! The lights are so bright that I don’t plan on using any lamps in my living room until I take it down in January, and the white branches create such a pretty canvas for all of my ornaments.

3/ House Bud Vase
If you haven’t checked out Target’s Hearth & Hand collection yet please do so, because it’s one of the best I’ve seen there in many years. Along with a few large vases and potholders, I picked up one of these house bud vases to add to my collection.

4/ Bombas Socks
I love a buy one/give one business model, so I couldn’t resist when Bombas asked me to check out their socks. My expectations weren’t all that high and I ended up being beyond impressed – no stretching out and no slouching down! Right now get 20% off using code COZY20, and returning customers can get 20% off any holiday product using FAVORITES20.

5/ IKEA 365+ Glasses
These short little glasses are perfect for so many things, though I uses them most frequently for wine. They’re safe for both hot and cold temperatures and can act as glasses or bowls, and for $3.99/6 pack you can’t beat ’em.

6/ Tatiana Loafers
Loafers are everywhere this autumn, and I couldn’t resist this burgundy suede pair. The first time I wore them I received so many compliments that I knew I’d made the right call. They’re also available in desert rose and metallic leather options. Right now ABLE is offering free shipping on all jewelry orders and all orders over $99.

7/ Case Study Planters
I’ve owned three of these for a few years now, but every time I water my plants I’m reminded of just how well-crafted and beautiful they are. The planters themselves are available in both black and white pottery while the plinths and stands have a light and dark wood option.

8/ Aera Diffuser
This is a new addition to my battle against having a home that smells like my pets. Since I started using it about two weeks ago my home has been smelling consistently good. Aera has an adjustable strength setting and is so quiet that I hardly notice it’s working. Oh, and it works with your smartphone!

9/ Trap Pitcher
You just can’t wrong with a simple glass pitcher. This one was a Black Friday purchase last year that I use for water, cocktails, and even as a vase. It’s just the right size – not too big and not too small – at about 9-inches tall.

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