6 Grower Dining Design Photos

Lori Gentile Interior Design
7 Reviews
Hollywood Glamour
Ideabooks536
Questions5
make it the perfect centerpiece plant, not just because it will tolerate a moderately lit spot on the dining room table, but also because it's a slow grower and rarely needs repotting.
ZZ plant as a centerpiece - low light plus slow grower so you don't need to repot it
make it the perfect centerpiece plant, not just because it will tolerate a moderately lit spot on the dining room table, but also because it's a slow grower and rarely needs repotting.
“Square dining table.” — Mark Cochran
Kaylovesvintage
Dining area
Ideabooks4,754
Questions2
Basements and garages often provide the ideal conditions.Once the foliage begins to develop, move the bulbs to a warmer spot (65 degrees). Some growers recommend a sunny north-facing window, while others specify bright light but not direct sun.Turn the vases daily to prevent leaning, and change the
“Sillas” — berts1977
Sheila Rich Interiors, LLC
25 Reviews
Spring Lake-Dining Room
Ideabooks1,229
Questions4
Basements and garages often provide the ideal conditions. Once the foliage begins to develop, move the bulbs to a warmer spot (65 degrees). Some growers recommend a sunny north-facing window, while others specify bright light but not direct sun. Turn the vases daily to prevent leaning, and change
“Chandelier” — Hannah McKuin
D for Design
7 Reviews
Noela - Honolulu Hawaii
Ideabooks938
Questions3
bloom again in the fall as well. Note: Most peace lilies are sold when in bloom, and replicating the original blooms is slightly difficult. Many growers give their peace lilies a hormone called GA3 that is not readily available to the general public. Fertilize throughout the growing season and expect
may bloom again in the fall as well. Note: Most peace lilies are sold when in bloom, and replicating the original blooms is slightly difficult. Many growers give their peace lilies a hormone called GA3 that is not readily available to the general public. Fertilize throughout the growing season and expect
“colors” — jewend
Traditional Dining Room
Ideabooks1,726
Questions0
pentas, rosemary, shasta daisy and all succulents. http://www.houzz.com/ideabooks/14123543/list/Outsmart-Winter-----Make-Houseplants-of-Your-Garden-Growers
“wrap anything around candles in glass” — pam19th
Traditional Dining Room
Ideabooks1,123
Questions1
As an african violet grower I love-love-love this idea for placing my plants in front of the window. Thank you so much I'm starting my search for the proper ladder NOW!
“Ladder” — Kayla Holter
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