Plants are great to have in the home or office for so many reasons, but especially during these cold Boston winters, they add a much needed pop of color! Plant groupings are a great way to fill out a corner and have a variety of textures, colors, and shapes! Essentially, for an effective grouping, you need house plants that have coordinating pots and varying heights.
It's best to start with something tall, then have a medium, and small plant - odd numbers are best. Depending on the size of the space you are working with, you could have multiple plants on the same height, or even a mini-grouping at the base. We just re-did our counter with a plant grouping, shown below as an example!
Here, we used a large snake plant, a medium alocasia (left) and calathea (right), and filled out the center with two beautiful lady slipper orchids. All of these plants have similar, dark green tones, and paired with gray pots, creates a classic and full display.
Need help putting together a plant grouping of your own? Our designers are happy to help! Give us a call or stop by.