Philodendron imperial and Philodendron squamiferum

  In previous post I wrote about the red Philodendron imperial, a plant that has been one my wish list for a long time. I really love the dark coloured leaves, I think it has a dramatic feeling, haha. Another Philodendron I have bought recently is the Philodendron squamiferum, a more rare Philodendron species that…

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IKEA Plant Decor News

Source: IKEA  I am going IKEA shopping this Sunday with my sister and cousin, which gave me reason to browse through IKEA’s Spring news on their website. These are my absolutely favourites and I am planning to buy the rotting piedestal, the pink glass vase and the long wanted red Philodendron imperial. The piedestal can…

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Keramiktus – an exhibition with cactus and ceramic

Source: Costume If you are in Copenhagen on April 5th I will strongly recommend you to go see the exhibition Keramiktus. The exhibition is hosted by Kaktus København, the coolest cactus concept store in Copenhagen, and celebrates cacti and ceramic. Kaktus København have challenged artists from all over the world to make the perfect cactus…

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How to care for Fatsia japonica

  One of the newest members in my plant family is Fatsia japonica, also called Japanese aralia. It is native to southern Japan, southern Korea and Taiwan. The name fatsi is an approximation of the Japanese word for ‘eight’, referring to the eight lobes. And the name Japanese aralia is due to formerly being classified within…

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Get your plants ready for Spring

  The temperature in Denmark is still negative even though the calendar says Spring. However, I can really feel how the days are getting longer and when the sun shines, you can feel a little bit warmth on your skin. So today had to be the day I repotted and potted up my plants and…

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Stylish indoor planters

Planter with face // Ochre planter // Aquatic planter // Planters with legs // Yellow planter // Green planter // Blue planter // Hanging basket Spring always makes me want to fill up my home with new houseplants and plant accessories. This winter has been tough for many of plants, so I want to spoil…

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How to care for Ficus petiolaris

  My newest plant crush is on the beautiful Ficus petiolaris with its pinkish-red veins. Ficus petiolaris is native to Mexico, and was first mentioned in 1817 by the German botanist Carl Sigismund Kunth, who was known for being one of the first to study and categorise plants from the American continent. In its habitat…

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6 ways to go sustainable in your bathroom

Bathroom of my dreams. Photo source: Elle Decor In trying to live more sustainable the turn has now come to the bathroom. Going sustainable in my bathroom definitely has room for improvement, so I thought I would share 6 different products for you to change. Organic cotton buds – I buy organic instead of plastic…

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How to make an open terrarium

  Terrariums are one of my favourite plant decorations to do. They are so decorative and actually very easy to care for as long as you find the right plants. There are different types of terrariums. Closed terrariums create their own mini eco-system by reusing water and oxygen. Because of its very humid environment, they…

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