Still need something for your Thanksgiving table? Long, low, succulent planters are a great way to provide a modern and funky look. Couple with coordinating florals or vessels, and you are good to go!
An orchid planter is a beautiful, long-lasting way to bring some color to your home, especially as we are heading into the dreary winter months! Stop in or give us a call to put together your custom planter today.
The shop is filled with terrarium containers and succulents for that new apartment. Come peruse our designer's creations, or design a custom one just for you!
Succulents are definitely the plant of the summer! Drought resistant and sunshine loving, they are perfect for patio season. We've planted some up in our favorite containers for this season. We used a combination of jade plants, pilea, and echeveria, together with textural elements such as pieces of cork and smooth stones.
With summer in full swing here in Boston, so are summer parties! Birthdays, end of school, and just because , there are plenty of reasons so celebrate in the summer.
With parties come centerpieces! We are happy to help you design the perfect centerpiece design, or create a tablescape with bud vases and bunches of succulents. Our team will deliver your flower arrangements right to your door, or have them ready for pickup.
Below are some of our favorite centerpieces from the last few months.
Succulents are among some of our favorite plants here at the shop. They are very low maintenance and instantly add a fun and structural element to any room, or flower arrangement for that matter.
But, now that the weather here in Boston has finally gotten (and stayed) warm, we think that succulents are the perfect accessory to an outdoor space. All you need is a container that matches your decor, a few succulents, and you have an instant table piece! Below is a recent one we completed for a client, complete with jades, hens and chicks, and potted echeveria.
Of course, planters do not need to be that large to make an impact - a grouping of small votives with just a few succulents works just as well in a smaller space!
Relatively new to the shop this week, the philodendron selloum! We absolutely love the funky shape of their leaves and their rich, dark green color. In terms of care, this type of philodendron is similar to other plants in that family:
Light: Bright, indirect sunlight. In lower light, their leaves will turn a darker green, and in too much or direct sun, the leaves will fade or get sunburnt.
Water: Water thoroughly once every 7-10 days. Keep soil consistently moist, but not soggy.
As with most houseplants, be sure to keep away from heating/AC vents and any drafty windows and doorways.