While nothing truly beats buying houseplants in person, sometimes it can be a struggle to find exactly the type you’re looking for! That’s why I buy plants online typically. When I first thought of this solution, I was worried about the quality — would I pay money for something to arrive wilted or even dead?? But after shopping online for houseplants a few times, I’m here to say that it’s awesome and totally something you should consider next time you’re adding to your collection! Here are a few of my favorite sources + tips for how to buy plants online.Continue reading “How to Buy Plants Online + My Fave Sources to Shop”
As a super-visual person, I am forever looking for stylish alternatives to everyday objects. While I don’t want to pick up anything that’s chic but not functional, I still need some beauty in my life! With spring desperately trying to arrive here in Seattle, I’m eyeing my gardens more and more. I literally cannot wait to get my hands dirty again. Any time the sun has popped out, I go out and start weeding, raking, and turning in compost. I am SO ready. I definitely have my favorite implements to use, but in case you’re looking for something I thought it would be fun to round up stylish gardening tools today!
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Ever since adding an air purifier to our home during the kitchen renovation, I’ve been aware of the quality of our air. The PNW really has great, fresh air, but with the threat of wild fires up here, it can turn pretty quickly. Thankfully, house plants do a great job of helping to clean the air naturally. We’ve incorporated a bunch of air purifying plants into our tiny bungalow and I urge you to do the same!Continue reading “5 Air Purifying Plants Your Home Needs”
Any time I style a home, house plants are an absolute essential. Not only do they purify the air, but they also add beautiful texture and a bit of life to any space — even a low light room. I also love to mix in a few colorful house plants to break up the sea of green. I’ve got loads of personal favorites, but I managed to narrow the list down to these 6 must-have colorful house plants!Continue reading “6 Colorful House Plants I Love”
Wow, the response I received last week about my 5 favorite low light house plants was unexpected! Apparently, you guys are into plants and want to know more… and I’m totally game. I wouldn’t exactly call myself a house plant expert by any means, but I do my best. Mostly, I’ve just had lots of plants over the years and have figured out what works — and what doesn’t! Which brings us to today’s post… it’s all about hard-to-kill house plants. Even if you have a black thumb, these 7 plants are easy to keep alive and growing — I promise.Continue reading “7 Hard-To-Kill House Plants”
Thankfully, our tiny bungalow has an abundance of beautiful, bright natural light. That was all but a prerequisite when I was house hunting! Our bathroom however… it is quite a cave. There isn’t a single window in there. But a bathroom is the perfect place for plants thanks to the humidity. So I’ve been hunting for low light house plants that can survive in there. Here’s a bit of what I found during my research + links to buy cuttings or entire plants!Continue reading “My 5 Favorite Low Light House Plants”
I have wanted to share this post every spring since I started our vegetable garden. But every year I hold back because I know the photos aren’t the prettiest. I finally got over that fear and decided it was time. Gardening is like a meditation for me and such a big part of what I enjoy doing on the weekends. I just had to share with you. Plus, I get asked a lot about our garden when I share it on Instagram Stories, so it was definitely time to share how I plan my PNW vegetable garden, what I planted, and resources for Pacific Northwest gardeners.Continue reading “How I Plan My PNW Vegetable Garden”