I really love the trend of putting indoor plants in a basket. They just look better don’t you think? First you need to find an indoor plant that you won’t kill haha.

There’s a few options –

  • the seagrass basket (or belly basket)
  • a painted basket (or half dipped)
  • or a wire basket around a garden pot

Any option looks great! I have a photo dump of cool ideas below which I found by just typing in basket plant on Pinterest. Check them out + below I have some ideas on where to buy the baskets…

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Keeping Your Indoor Plants Moist During the Winter

Does that beautiful houseplant you bought look sad within weeks of you getting it in the house or office? Just because it’s the winter season doesn’t meant that you have to stop caring for your indoor plants. Caring for indoor plants or houseplants is a must during the winter months.

It’s easy to think that your houseplants won’t need any special care as time goes by, but keeping your home comfy for you can actually complicate things for them.

One of the best things about houseplants is the color they can bring to a home during the cold, mostly-white winter months. They brighten up interiors and improve the air quality in them, too. The only thing is that they’ll typically require special care to keep them going into the spring.

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Heating Problems

Believe it or not, the things you do to keep yourself warm and comfortable during the winter months can actually put a strain on the soil inside your home. For that reason, the temperature you set your furnace to might be wreaking havoc on your houseplants. While many plants don’t need to be watered as often in the winter as they do during the summer months, the heat coming from your vents can make the soil overly dry. Usually, plants require a medium that’s at least somewhat moist.

Location Problems

Where you choose to keep your houseplants can also contribute to their drying out. While they should always be close to sources of natural light (such as exterior windows), they should never be placed near sources of heat or cold drafts. Plants that are too close to heating vents or space heaters will have much drier soil because of the hot air currents around them. If you do have to put them in a location where they will be subjected to this kind of heat, just be sure to check on their soil’s moisture more often than you normally would.

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Everyone on Pinterest Is Obsessed With Indoor Vines

We know how indoor plants help in cleaning the air inside our house. But most homeowners  nowadays preferred indoor vines since they add beauty inside in a unique way. If you want to know what I’m talking about, you can check this article and see how indoor vines capture the eyes of homeowners.

Houseplants have the ability to help you relax, concentrate and destress after a long day — and that’s just reserved for small varieties that sit in a pot on your table. Imagine how mood-altering adding a bunch of vine plants all over your house could be, since they cover so much more square footage. Not to mention they’ll immediately give your home a touch of enchantment.

Don’t believe us? All of these homeowners embraced the vine trend, which has been growing tremendously on Pinterest, and have convinced us to do the same. They’re just too dreamy to resist. When it comes to which variety to buy, ivy is one of the most common vines. Since it’s fast-growing and full in volume, it’ll make a dramatic mark on your home’s decor.

But since ivy is notorious for being difficult to grow, pothos is a better selection for beginners. This plant is hardy and can grow in low light spaces, so you can stick it on a shelf in the opposite corner of your windows without a worry in the world.




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Tips in Growing Orchids Indoor

Orchids are amazing flowers and enjoyed by a lot from across the world.They carry a certain beauty that is not usually seen from other flowers. Despite the fact that orchids don’t possess fascinating scents like roses, lilies or lavenders, they grow in a range of colors that pulls anybody who sees them.


When you are thinking about growing orchids inside of your homes using artificial light, there are certain stuff that you must do to ensure your success in growing healthy and exquisite orchids. The process that you will face is worth it once you see your beautiful home-grown orchids in full bloom. Below are some tips that can be done to raise healthy orchids in your house.

I.    Looking for your Orchids. Orchids are mainly sold as bulbs, prefer bulbs containing sprout and observe the sprout. Healthy leaves are green and yellow one indicates the orchid is dried out. You should also see if the leaf or the bulb has pest bites mainly because it can be damaged and it’ll no longer grow. Start off with dendrobium, moth, catleya or lady slipper orchids as they are super easy to grow.

II.    Whenever growing orchids indoors, it’s essential that your plant has got the right amount of sunlight. If it does not get ample light, it may struggle to survive. However, if it gets an excessive amount strong light when it needs dappled sunlight, then it may become scorched and end up dying. In case it doesn’t get much sunlight at home, then you might need to invest in some artificial lights (grow lights). With fluorescent lights you do not have to bother with burning your plants because they do not get hot enough to damage them

III.    If you grow orchids, take time read on the appropriate ways of lighting, watering, fertilizations, and proper potting.

IV.    Giving humidity for your orchids is another thing to remember when caring for orchids indoors. This can be accomplished by placing a humidifier in the area or putting the pots on a wide container with moist gravel. Just make sure the pots are not left standing in water, because it may cause fungus, diseases and root rot.

V.    An orchid doesn’t need watering daily, once every five days is going to be sufficient, and they can survive for up to fourteen days without water. Different orchids will however have unique requirements, thus ensure that you know as much as possible about your plant.