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Plants

Plants are the cornerstones of both indoor and outdoor living spaces, acting as natural air purifiers and adding a touch of tranquility to our surroundings. Customers who are drawn to plant-keeping range from avid gardeners cultivating their outdoor oasis to interior design enthusiasts looking to infuse their homes with greenery. Depending on the plant type—fruit trees, houseplants, or garden plants—these botanical treasures can provide delicious produce, enhance indoor aesthetics, or add curb appeal to outdoor landscapes. Day-to-day use involves watering, positioning for adequate sunlight, and occasional pruning or repotting to promote healthy growth.

When navigating the world of flora, understanding the subtypes of plants is crucial. Fruit trees, such as apple and cherry trees, offer the long-term delight of homegrown fruit alongside their ornamental appeal. Houseplants, like the ever-popular violin fig or mountain palm, can adapt to indoor environments, bringing life to any room with their lush foliage. In contrast, garden plants are generally robust and suited for outdoor conditions, varying from flowering perennials to verdant shrubs.

Prospective plant owners should consider key attributes such as the expected height of a plant—typically around 40cm for potted varieties—to ensure there is ample space for the plant to thrive. Environmental requirements like light exposure, watering frequency, and temperature tolerance also play pivotal roles in plant care. By applying these filtering properties, customers can seamlessly select a plant that aligns with their space constraints and care capabilities.

Our curated selection includes products from esteemed brands that cater to diverse plant needs. Kakteen Gautschi's Tillandsia Set 3 provides an easy introduction to the world of air plants, needing minimal care for max charm. For those desiring a statement piece, Plant in a Box's Strelitzia Nicolai, also known as the Bird of Paradise Flower, is a brilliant pick. Flowerbox offers an assortment of versatile houseplants like the mountain palm, violin fig, and bow hemp, tailored for indoor resilience and aesthetics. Mary and Plants deliver elegance with their Schusterpalme paired with a stylish HAY pot in light grey. Lastly, for the urban gardeners, VEG and the City's Kalai introduces an exotic touch to spruce up contemporary living spaces. These options exemplify the diversity and adaptability of plants for enthusiasts at all levels.