23 Nov 2015

5 Tips to Revitalize Houseplants (and Keep Them Alive in Winter)

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5 Tips to Revitalize Houseplants (and Keep Them Alive in Winter)

It happens every year like clockwork: just before Thanksgiving, your houseplants look a bit droopy. Leaves start turning yellow, and they just look generally unhappy. This is a hard time of year for your indoor plant friends, especially if you live in the Pacific Northwest where our days are particularly short. But not to worry! […]

30 Oct 2015

Monster Greenery: Create an Indoor Jungle with these Large Indoor Plants

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Monster Greenery: Create an Indoor Jungle with these Large Indoor Plants

The indoor jungle: lush, breathing, cozy and alive. Plants in every corner, in every nook, on every windowsill. It’s what we aspire to in our homes, and what makes us excited to explore the new plants that come into the nursery. There’s no better way to kick off your own indoor jungle than with some […]

14 Oct 2015

How To Propagate Plants for Beautiful DIY Holiday Gifts

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How To Propagate Plants for Beautiful DIY Holiday Gifts

It’s a fact: everybody loves plants and there’s a plant for everybody. Don’t believe us? Here are a few reasons why indoor plants are amazing. Whether the person you’re thinking of is a beginner or an expert, plants make amazingly thoughtful gifts. And they don’t have to be expensive. Here’s a secret: If you have […]

16 Sep 2015

Embracing Autumn: Our Fall Resource Guide

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Embracing Autumn: Our Fall Resource Guide

Autumn is a season of transition. It embodies the culmination of the growing season, a last bounty before moving into winter’s sleepy mood. Fall is a time to take stock of all the adventure, beauty and growth of summer; a season to reflect, enjoy and explore. As the seasons change, it’s important to be mindful […]

15 Sep 2015

Announcing #InteriorRewilding: Telling Stories through Plant-filled Spaces

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Announcing #InteriorRewilding: Telling Stories through Plant-filled Spaces

Nothing inspires us quite like seeing what people do with plants in the spaces they love. It’s so exciting and gratifying to see folks using plants to help tell their stories. Last week, we launched #‪InteriorRewilding‬ (with a $20 store credit giveaway!) as a way to share these stories with you. Each Friday, we’ll feature […]

3 Sep 2015

5 Steps To Successful Fall Planting: How To Landscape With The Season

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5 Steps To Successful Fall Planting: How To Landscape With The Season

As the seasons change and nighttime temperatures fall, it’s tempting to forget about the outdoors and begin to nest in the home. Though we love to invest lots of energy into creating beautiful interior spaces, fall is a fantastic season to create, supplement or renovate exterior landscapes. That’s because the cooling air temperatures send a […]

31 Aug 2015

Seasonal Health with Sweet Honey Farmacy: Meet the Maker

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Seasonal Health with Sweet Honey Farmacy: Meet the Maker

The changing of the seasons is here: it’s definitely still summer, since the days are long, the flowers are in bloom, and the sun is hot. But, the first rains of fall are arriving, the winds have begun to blow, and change is in the air. As the season begins to change, our bodies become […]

13 Aug 2015

Carnivorous Plants Are Beautiful… and Ruthless!

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Carnivorous Plants Are Beautiful… and Ruthless!

Yes, carnivorous plants feast on creepy, crawly bug. Some species move on their own. But don’t get too squeamish. It can’t be denied: Carnivorous plants are drop dead gorgeous. And, with the right conditions, make an absolutely stunning addition to your garden. Carnivorous plants come in a wide variety of shapes, sizes, and growing habits. […]

28 Jul 2015

Volunteer Park Conservatory: Seattle’s Tropical Plant Paradise

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Volunteer Park Conservatory: Seattle’s Tropical Plant Paradise

Part botanical garden, part architectural wonder, part carefully curated tropical plant paradise, Seattle’s Volunteer Park Conservatory is a gorgeous, century-old victorian-style greenhouse, nestled in the city’s Capital Hill neighborhood. The conservatory houses a stunning collection of ever-rotating specimen plants, organized by plant type into five viewing rooms. We recently visited the Volunteer Park Conservatory while […]

22 Jul 2015

How to Plant in a Pot Without Drainage Holes

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How to Plant in a Pot Without Drainage Holes

Some pots have drainage; others do not. It’s a pretty straightforward distinction, and yet that little hole at the bottom of your pot means a world of difference in terms of potting, plant care and maintenance. We field a lot of questions about how to plant in pots without drainage holes. Some people say not […]

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