Indoor plants are proven to not only improve air quality, but also help reduce stress, improve health, sharpen focus, and create an overall feeling of well-being. We think those benefits are too good to pass up, which is why you can find homes for plants in nearly all of our collections with enough style variety to match any décor!
Decorative trays may not be the first item you think of when it comes to indoor plants, but they can be perfect to mix things up from a standard pot or cachepot. Choose a ceramic, terra-cotta, or metal tray, filled with sand and rocks to make a shallow succulent garden or use a tray to hold a few different coordinating or matching pots to keep all of your plants together.
Looking for a clean, modern plant display? Terrariums are a chic way to display air plants, moss, or African violets.
A pot or planter is your plant’s best accessory! Having a variety of options for the littlest of plants to homes for large indoor plants is great for ensuring that anyone who visits your store can find a pot that suits their space. Sets of pots with varying sizes can be broken up to sell individually, but also look great in the home all living together.
Hanging planters and wall vases are a popular home décor item and can be a fun item to display in your stores without taking up room on the shelves. We hear your window displays calling to have a few of these added!
Speaking of displays, how do you display items like these? Tiered shelves, carts, and tables are fantastic pieces for displaying pots and planters! If you have a green thumb, add a few of your favorite plants to reap the benefits of indoor plants in your store or add a few faux plants for an approach that requires less maintenance
You may miss the sun’s warmth on your face when Fall’s cool weather arrives, but there’s no reason you’ve got to put your gardening gloves away as the seasons change. Put your hands to use and take your gardening activities indoors.
Have you tried your hand at forcing bulbs? An easy process, winter and spring flowering bulbs like amaryllis, paperwhite narcissus, and hyacinths can brighten living spaces when the view outdoors is dreary and brown.
Shallow pots work very well, but pots of varying depths can be used; you’ll simply need a little more filler. Add enough pebbles or gravel to hold the bulbs in place. (If it’s a deeper pot, you can even fill it in with bubble wrap and then place your stones on top!) You don’t want to cover them, but do load up your vessel with bulbs – think about the payoff of a myriad of blooms!
Once your bulbs are in place, add enough water to reach the base of the bulbs, just shy of touching them. Put your planter in a sunny spot, and watch how quickly roots will take – that will usually happen in just a day or two. In another month’s time, you’ll have gorgeous blooms bursting forth!
If you’re lucky enough to live in a warm climate where tropicals thrive, but need to bring your plants inside once the temperature dips, you can show off larger specimens in statement planters. And we’ve got some great ones! These vessels look as great with twigs and branches in them as they do with live plants.
And don’t forget some other basic necessities if you’re going to keep the dirt off you and off your floors, and things that help keep your planting area organized.