Your indoor plants
Pot with pizzazz
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.