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If your pet likes to nibble on the greenery from time to time, it’s important that they can only access plants that are safe for them to ingest! Rather than memorising a full list of safe and unsafe plants, it’s better to group them into easy categories that make plant shopping a breeze.
There is a lot of misinformation circulated online about indoor plant care. We are here to cut through the noise and show you the truth! Check out there 10 indoor plant misconceptions to help you become a better indoor gardener.
50% off Digby, Sawyer and Birdie Pots online and in-store! These styles are going out of production and will not be returning ever. This is your last chance to pickup one of these beautiful designer ceramics. All these styles will be selling out permanently! These pots are in-store now, but can also be purchased online and shipped Australia wide.
These are a few of our favourite Australian plant Instagram accounts. Some are fairly well known and others deserve heaps more love for their amazing content. Check them out and be sure to give them a follow for heaps more plant inspiration!
M. deliciosa is undeniably one of the most famous indoor plants to ever exist. You can often spot the distinctive leaves in movies, videogames, and printed across at least three cushions at your local homewares store. Apart from being an absolute fashion icon, it is also an extremely hardy and versatile plant.
A general guide for beginners to learn what it takes to water your indoor plants correctly!
There is a lot of misinformation out there about maidenhair ferns which paints them as being finicky and easy to kill when they are actually one of the easiest plants to care for.