Green Thumb Not Required: Top Picks for Bringing the Garden Indoors
Our favourite pots, vases and accessories for your indoor plants.
Unfortunately, not everyone is blessed with a green thumb (we’ll admit it: we’ve unintentionally killed a plant or two). But lucky for us, succulents and cacti are easy to take care of and they look great indoors. Here are our top picks for growing these stylish and low-maintenance plant varieties.
Bringing the natural world inside can be a challenge, but adding moss ($9) is guaranteed to lend authenticity to any terrarium. westelm.com.
Urban Outfitter’s Magical Thinking Faceted Glass Terrarium ($39) has the perfect geometric shape – and it’s large enough to house a variety of succulents and cacti. urbanoutfitters.com.
These Ceramic Animal Planters (from $9) will add a touch of whimsy to any room. westelm.com.
Don’t have counter space for pots and planters? No problem! This hanging glass terrarium ($7) frees up space and can be hung individually or together for a chandelier-like effect. cb2.com.
Ikea’s SÖTCITRON self-watering plant pot ($8) makes it even easier to take care of low-maintenance succulents. ikea.com.
Artificial plants aren’t always well received, but we think this Jase Dudleya succulent ($16) is the perfect accessory for rooms with minimal sunlight. urbanbarn.com.
Spherical glass vases have always been used for growing indoor plants, but these Planetarium Terrariums (from $58) bring something new to the table with their fir wood base. anthropologie.com.
These porous clay pellets ($10) are great for filling pots and vases while still allowing ample water to reach your plants’ roots. ikea.com.
Don’t be afraid to think outside of the box when it comes to finding planters and vases. 18Karat’s Lumen Hurricane candle holders (from $45), with their shimmering gold bases, bring the phrase “multi-purpose” to a whole new level. 18karatstore.com.