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The house gardener

I'm a big fan of indoor plants, not only  do they look beautiful but word has it they also help to purify air and relieve stress. Forget standard pots though. Indoor plants have had something of a make-over of late and terracotta planters have been replaced by terrarium pyramids, eclectic glass vessels and DIY plant hangers. I was so excited to discover the new book 'The House Gardener' by Isabelle Palmer which is packed with indoor gardening tips such as how to create your own terrarium, table centre or even a fairy-tale garden for children. Who needs the great outdoors?!








The House Gardener by Isabelle Palmer is published by CICO Books and is available from rylandpeters.com

Loving this indoor plant make-over, how about you?

I had a quick look around the internet and found these fab terrariums from Etsy. I also love this plant hanger and these very cool wall vessels by 1012 Terra. Or if you've got some free time over Easter how about this copper plant holder DIY project?!

I've hoarded tonnes more indoor plant inspiration on my 'Greenery' board on Pinterest too.

Have a lovely Tuesday! 



LATEST COMMENTS:

  1. OMG! I love cacti and succulents and the first idea is brilliant!

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  2. Such a beautiful post of a gorgeous looking book. Love the cacti and succulents x

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  3. love it!!!! thanks for share!
    xo

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  4. love your pinterest board...i can't believe i don't follow you there yet!

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  5. One of my biggest complaints in our apartment- not enough surfaces for house plants. The arrangement in the third image is so lovely.

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  6. Love the ideas. The flowers used in the second picture are beautiful.

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  7. Hi Niki, wow, so nice pictures! I also love indoor plants and buy fresh ones on the market every week. Have a nice Easter holidays! Nice greetings, Nadine

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