Your in­door plants

Pot with piz­zazz

Better Homes and Gardens (Australia) - - July Contents -

of­ten there’s a limit to the types of plants you can grow in­doors. But if you want green­ery in ev­ery nook and cranny – and you want to save on the ex­pense of buy­ing new plants by prop­a­gat­ing from the ones you al­ready have – there’s a way you can in­tro­duce va­ri­ety: your con­tain­ers. So ditch the black plas­tic pot and rum­mage and scav­enge for con­tain­ers that charm and cap­ti­vate.

Mix and mis­match your ar­range­ments us­ing ce­ram­ics, cast iron, fine china and tim­bers.

Blur the line be­tween an out­side gar­den and an in­door one with a col­lec­tion of plants against a pic­ture win­dow. And when you have too many con­tain­ers, stack them. This wicker bas­ket sits on top of the urn with­out re­strict­ing the aloes’ growth.

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