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Whether looking to add life, visual interest, or just some extra oxygen into your home, plants win with no contest for accomplishing all three. House plants add that extra special touch to a room that is unattainable through the use of any other home decoration. Plants can be added to any room of the house or on any surface and instantly add visual depth to your space. More
I really cannot get over Japanese Forest Grass (Hakonechloa macra 'Aureola', zones 5 to 9). My favorite is the variegated variety. I planted mine under a Japanese maple, and the contrast was genius and it has so much movement.
A fiesta tabletop needs desert plants, and this assortment of succulents is simply stunning. I love planting them in mini planters for my guests to take home at the end of the evening.
Enjoy green (and fight pollution) year-round with an Emerald Green Thuja. Extremely hardy, this evergreen stops growing at about 10 feet, making it ideal for small gardens and urban decks.
Emerald Green Thuja
I know what you're thinking, and yes, you can buy plants online! And your outdoor space needs one or two citronella mosquito plants. They smell just like the citronella candles, but you won't have to worry about an open flame.
Silk Cherry Blossoms
I think a vertical garden of succulent plants, like this one, would make a great substitute for my lack of garden space. Absolutely stunning!
Plantings for your rooftop garden can be tricky. I remember returning from a mere weekend away to find everything scorched. Consider hardy plants like Blue Fescue grass. Not only does it add a lovely texture to the garden, but it works well in containers, is drought and pollution tolerant, and it...
Yes, this is real! It's a beautiful, living piece of art. I'm sure it would be a complete showstopper hanging on your wall.
Fern and Moss Wall Art
Fresh herbs are always a touch I add to my soup recipes, and indoor herb gardens let you do that year-round.
Culinary Growing Kit
If your thumb isn't so green, but you still want to fill your space with flowers, how about these pretty paper blossoms? They're handmade and come in a variety of colors.
Summer is all about fresh flowers. I tend to gravitate towards freshly cut picks from the garden or wildflowers found while adventuring outside on a summer evening walk.
Aliums and Friends
I feel like these beauties don't need any explanation. I thrive and work better when there are live greens around. Plus, the white ceramic, natural leather and live greens make perfection to me. I would hang these babies in my studio.
Globe thistle (Echinops ritro, zones 3 to 9) is one of my favorite perennials. I made sure to have it included in my wedding bouquet, as it adds interest to any flower arrangement.
Small Globe Thistle
I've planted Crocosmia (Crocosmia 'Lucifer', zones 6 to 9) in several spots and it has absolutely thrived. Plant in full sun or part shade, but be careful because it will spread quickly. One 4-inch pot is a great start. It has an upright growth habit with grassy foliage reminiscent of an iris.
Native to the southern United States and Mexico, drought-resistant Agastache or hyssop not only survives on rooftops during your weekend getaway, but also provides fragrant blooms all summer long.
Add wall interest as well as an instant garden to the otherwise barren landscape of interior walls. Designed by Seth Boor in collaboration with Flora Grubb, these innovative pieces of steel hardware screw directly into the wall unobtrusively staging and projecting the exotic air plants used...
Exclusively ours. A unique tree-bark vase perfectly complements a beautiful arrangement of faux flowers in white and soft green. From the John-Richard Collection. Handcrafted of polyester silk and tree bark with a zinc liner. 19"W x 17"D x 15"T. ....
There is no arguing the difference that fresh herbs can make in you favorite dishes. I love this little contemporary herb garden. I think that it would look adorable on either a deep window sill or just sitting on your counter.
Herb Garden Royal VKB
I'm not very skilled when it comes to indoor plants, so the great thing about these boxwoods is that they're preserved — meaning, they require very little care! The smaller ones would be perfect on a counter top or shelf, adding a touch of freshness to the overall kitchen space.
Preserved Boxwood Globes
This concrete planter filled with succulents feels fresh and modern. I would love to keep one on my desk. Fresh green plants add so much to a space, and I would count this petite potted plant as just the beginning of a larger collection.
"preserved Boxwood, Square Wreath, by Uttermost. Preserved while freshly picked, natural evergreen foliage looks and feels like living boxwood. Visit www.garbes.com to see the entire Uttermost Botanical Collection.
Peonies are trending these days, and there is no wonder why. They add so much texture and color to any space. Buy them to beautify your backyard, or better yet, plant a few bushes.
Fresh Peony Bunch
The French love topiaries, indoors and out. These boxwood topiaries are a perfect French look to add to any room.
This miniature arrangement features beautiful, pink peonies. You’ll want to collect every one of our adorable minis. And we don’t blame you. The arrangements in this collection prove that good things come in small packages. They go perfectly on bathroom sinks, guest bedroom nightstands and...
Pink Champagne Peonies
Classic White Peonies
Fresh from the garden, ranunculus, viburnum snowballs are gathered together in a traditional glass vase. Simple, yet elegant.
Roses, both large and small buds in white are clustered with their foliage in a glass vase. Liquid illusion faux water completes the design.
Rose In Glass 14.5''
Like flowers, plants and succulents are affordable accents for any space. When not in use for your plants, make this sweet driftwood planter a bread basket or a place to store your jewelry. Why not?!
It has been a very warm spring for most of the country, and spring branches blossomed way too early for Easter. Faux is not a dirty word when the branches are this pretty.
Faux Plum Blossom Branch
I love receiving plants more than arrangements because they last beyond the holidays. But how about this silk orchid arrangement? It looks so real, you might water it by accident!
Add rich, beautiful color to your mantel with a dried flower arrangement that will last through the season.