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The Magic of Indoor Plants

The Magic of Indoor Plants

Photo credit: @Doroplants

If you spend a significant amount of time stuck indoors, you find ways to make it more bearable. You choose lighting to brighten up the space and fill the room with comfy furniture, adding artwork and décor to complete the design. If you really want to make your living space more, well, livable, consider incorporating some greenery. Live plants offer an array of physical and mental health benefits in addition to adding a touch of natural life to your space.

You don’t necessarily need to be a master gardener or even have much of a green thumb to bring plants into your life. Here’s what you need to know about the benefits of indoor plants and some simple tips to get started with indoor gardening.

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How Plants Benefit Your Health

When you’re feeling cooped up at home or you’ve been stuck in the office all day, nothing brightens your mood like spending some time in the great outdoors. Something as simple as taking a walk through the park can lift your mood and give you a renewed sense of energy. The effects you feel from spending time in nature are not just a placebo effect – there’s real evidence that demonstrates the physical and mental health benefits of plants.

Here are 7 ways plants benefit your health:

  1. According to a 2015 study, having live plants in your home or office can relieve stress and reduce your heart rate and blood pressure. Researchers on the study concluded that working with plants can reduce both psychological and physiological stress. Bring nature in easily with our hanging planter collection.

  2. Live plants may help improve your mental health. Horticultural therapy has been shown to increase feelings of wellbeing in individuals who are struggling with mental illnesses like depression, anxiety, and dementia.

  3. Being exposed to nature may speed recovery times from illness and injury. According to a 2002 research review, surgical patients whose rooms had a view of greenery required ­less pain medication and had shorter hospital stays than patients who did not.

  4. The results of a small 2019 research study suggest the presence of live plants may improve concentration and sharpen your attention span. This benefit can be applied to your home office to increase productivity and to make the space more comfortable.

  5. Numerous research studies show that plants in the workplace boost productivity and inspire creativity. In one 2007 study, employees who had plants in their workspace were not only more productive on the job but took fewer sick days as well.

  6. Work can be stressful even at the best of times but having natural elements in your workspace may help relieve stress and reduce anxiety. The results of a 2016 study suggest office environments that include natural elements improve job satisfaction.

  7. Expanding on research originally conducted by NASA during the 1980s, scientists have found that houseplants have the potential to improve indoor air quality by reducing airborne volatile organic compounds (VOCs).

While it may not be practical to grow a jungle in your living room, there are simple ways to incorporate live plants into your life at home or at work. Proximity to natural elements can certainly boost your mood and increase productivity, but if you struggle with symptoms of depression or anxiety, consider talking to your doctor or try online therapy to get the help you need from home.

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Beginner-Friendly Tips for Indoor Gardening

Some people are blessed with a green thumb – a natural ability to make things grow. If you’re not one of the lucky ones, don’t despair. It may take some trial and error, but indoor gardening is a skill that’s fairly easy to learn if you start with the right plants. Once you learn the basic principles and get the hang of keeping a few hardy houseplants alive, you can decide if you’re ready to expand up on your new skillset.

Here are some simple tips to get you started:

  • Look around your home to determine the best place to grow plants – houseplants need access to plenty of light, though there are also plants that do well in low light or ambient light. If you don’t have a lot of natural light, you can always purchase clip-on grow lights.

  • Choose hardy, low-maintenance plants to get started – some beginner-friendly options include pothos, snake plants, philodendron, spider plants, bromeliads, and lucky bamboo. If you’re worried you’ll forget to water, succulents are a great option. 

  • Consider growing fresh produce like lettuce or microgreens in your home. An indoor herb garden is also a great way to incorporate some greenery into your life.

  • Do a little research about the plants you’ve chosen and spend some time getting to know what they look like when they’re healthy. If the plant comes with a tag, be sure to read the instructions and keep the tag handy to remind you how often to water.

  • Get into a habit of watering your plants – try to water them on the same day so you don’t forget. If your plants have different watering requirements, try putting sticky notes on the fridge as a reminder to yourself. You can find more watering tips & tricks HERE.

  • Monitor the growth of your plants and know when it’s time to repot them – this may only be necessary every 1 to 2 years. It’s best to repot your houseplants in the spring and always use new soil so the plant has access to the nutrients it needs to grow.

  • If you enjoy taking care of your houseplants, don’t be afraid to experiment with propagation. Many plants can be propagated with leaf cuttings or stem cuttings that you place in water until the cutting grows roots of its own.

Indoor plants are a simple way to improve the overall appearance and warmth of your home or workspace, but research confirms they do so much more. Being in proximity to natural elements can relieve stress, boost productivity, and improve your overall sense of wellbeing. Stop in to your local nursery and pick up a few plants to experience these benefits for yourself.

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Ambassador series: Cheryl @themodernmonstera

Ambassador series: Cheryl @themodernmonstera

For this week's brand ambassador series, we got a chance to speak to one of our favorite plant stylists on IG - Cheryl @themodernmostera. We had the best time learning more about Cheryl's styling & care tips, and hope you do too:)

Hi Cheryl, thanks for joining us today! Tell us a bit about you:)
My name is Cheryl and I am a Plant Stylist and owner of The Modern Monstera. I host virtual workshops for new and experienced plant parents, offer plant rehab and plant refresh services and post plant care information on my Instagram account (@themodernmostera). I am a plant lover but also a maker so I do enjoy creating things and working with my hands.

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Where do you go to for inspiration when styling your home?
I love visiting nurseries to browse through different varieties of plants. I also really enjoy observing plants in nature which also helps understand their care requirements and what they look like in mature form. I do admire and get inspiration from people's home that are very small but still adorned with plants because they tend to be more creative on how to utilize their space.


What’s your favorite plant styling or plant care hack?
Faking the height. I love to use books, stools, cake stands, upside down pots to create a variety of heights to create more dimension.

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What’s something you wish someone would have told you before you started growing plants?
There is such thing is too much light for some plants. My first plant was a Monstera Deliciosa which I had left in the car in the middle of a hot summer, and it got scorched so badly.

What’s your spirit plant and why?
I think my spirit plant is my Monstera Thai Constellation. I seem to have really good luck with them as well as clients' plants which is why I get asked to rehab so many of them.

Make sure to follow @themodernmonstera for plant care and styling tips and workshops, and you can also download the propagation guide we created together here.

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Ambassador series: Pearl from @seedandhome

Ambassador series: Pearl from @seedandhome

Welcome to our second week of our brand ambassador series! We're so excited to be hosting Pearl from @seedandhome. Keep reading to learn Pearl's favorite plant care secrets (BRILLIANT!!), where she draws inspiration from when styling her home, and what she wished she knew as when she was just starting out with plants.

Hi Pearl, thanks for joining us! Tell us a bit about you:)
Hi! I'm Pearl, I'm originally from Canada and moved to California almost 7 years ago. I'm recently married and my husband is from France, I'm also fluent in French so we speak in a mix of English & French at home. Plants and interior design make me so happy, and I'm very passionate about taking care of our planet, so I'm always looking for ways to live more sustainably.

Where do you go to for inspiration when styling your home?
Pinterest, instagram, youtube (I watch a lot of interior design videos) and books about design or art. I also take a lot of photos of the interiors and exteriors of restaurants, buildings, and stores for inspo, especially while traveling.

What’s your favorite plant styling or plant care hack?
I always use leftover water from my tea kettle to water my plants which has 2 benefits; it's great for plants that are sensitive to tap water, and it saves water from going to waste! 

What’s something you wish someone would have told you before you started growing plants?
That it takes time and practice to learn how to best take care of your plants, and it's an ongoing process. I've learned so much over the last few years, and I still have plants that are grumpy or die occasionally. 

What’s your spirit plant and why?
I'm going to say monstera deliciosa! They're pretty low key and chill to take care of, and when they're happy they grow really fast. I also love that the fenestrations (holes in the leaves) occur so that light can get through to their lower leaves, nature is so thoughtful :)

Make sure to follow @seedandhome for more gorgeous styling and plant recommendations.
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Ambassador series: Arami Silva

Ambassador series: Arami Silva

One of the best things about my job is that I get to work with incredibly talented plant & home decor peeps. I thought you might want to get a chance to meet them too, so I'm launching our brand ambassador series - a series of blog posts with a spotlight on each of our brand ambassadors. First off we have Arami Silva from @madrehandmade. Keep reading to learn the best plant styling tips, where Arami finds inspiration when designing her beautiful home, and what her spirit plant is.

Hi Arami, thanks for joining! Tell us a bit about you:)

My name is Arami, which means “Little Sky” in a native language call Guaraní. I was born and raised in Paraguay, South America. I immigrated to America in my early twenties after marrying to my Brazilian/American husband. We have three beautiful children. Homemaking brings me so much joy. I love simple DIYS, decorating our home with lots of plants, with handmade items such as pottery, macramé, arts and second hand items. I try to mix old and new when “decorating”. I believe one can have a beautiful home without expending excessive amount of money or falling in the temptation of acquiring all the trends there are. Your home should be a reflection of what brings you and your loved ones joy, peace and inspiration.

Where do you go to for inspiration when styling your home?

We often go to trips to our local library with our kids and while they get their books, I get countless books about home décor, plant care, plants styling, traveling and cooking. Our travels throughout the world have also inspired me in my home styling. Places such as Rome, Paris, Rio de Janeiro, Athens, and Jerusalem have made a tremendous impact in my home esthetics. I also use social media as source of inspiration. I have found incredible people on IG and on Pinterest. It’s amazing that those platforms can expose and connect you with diversity of styles and cultures.


What’s your favorite plant styling or plant care hack?

I love grouping my plants in different layers and heights by using stools, hanging planters, and even books. I also like using second hand items as planters and propagation vessels: vintage vessels, glass, baskets and pottery. Such items give a unique vibe to your plant styling.


What’s something you wish someone would have told you before you started growing plants?

Always use pots with a drainage hole. I have killed many plants by overwatering them. I’ve learned that checking on my plants often and literally sticking my fingers on the top 2 inches of the soil is a more effective way of assessing if my plants are thirsty than having a strict watering schedule.


What’s your spirit plant and why? This is a hard question because I love so many types of plants. But since I have to pick one, I will go with monstera deliciosa. I purchased my first monstera approximately four years ago. It was a small, discounted in price one because it had a few damaged leaves. The same monstera is now almost as tall as me. I repotted her multiple times because she keeps growing. She is healthy and vibrant in color. She is absolutely gorgeous. She gave me the confidence to start caring for more plants


Make sure to follow Arami for gorgeous plant & styling tips and inspo on her IG account @madrehandmade

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You ultimate guide to Indoor hanging planters

You ultimate guide to Indoor hanging planters

Indoor hanging planters are a beautiful way to add life to any space. But they can also be a bit tricky. How often should they be watered? And how do you avoid getting water all over your sofa and/or floor? In this blog post, we’ll answer your most burning hanging planter questions. Shall we dive in?

Q: Does a hanging planter need drainage holes?

A: Yes! Hanging planters, just like any other planters, need a drainage hole. A lot of planters and plant pots were not created with your plant’s needs in mind. When you plant your plant in a planter that doesn’t have a drainage hole, you’re setting it up for failure. A drainage hole makes sure that when you water your plant, the excess water does not stay in the planter (which creates root rot, which equals very sad plants). When we designed our loop hanging planters, we made sure that won’t happen to your plants, so all our wall hanging planters come with drainage holes. 

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Q: Do small hanging planter come with drainage too?

Not all small hanging planters come with drainage, but ours do! You can combine our mini hanger with our smart mini planter Ella or our smart mini planter Maia. both small hanging planters come with a drainage hole and a built -in drainage saucer. You can find them both here.

Q: How do you hang plants with drainage?

A: Now, here’s where it gets a bit confusing. How can you hang plants with drainage, without the excess water getting all over your carpet and floor? With our Loop hanging planter, you don’t have to worry about it! We designed our hanging planters with a special drainage saucer placed right underneath the planter. You can find all our indoor hanging planters right here. 

Q: What's the best way to water hanging plants? Can I water my hanging plant while it’s hanging or should I take it down to water it?

A: You should do both! For regular quick waterings you can water your hanging plant while it’s still hanging, but try to take it out every once in a while for a thorough watering. This way you can also get a closer look at it, see how your plant is doing, and even dust off its leaves every once in a while. 

Q: If I’m taking my hanging planter down, where should I be watering it?

A: The sink or bathtub. You can also water it outside in the garden- whatever works for you. Watering it in these places will allow you to make a mess and really hose it down. Have any more watering questions? Check out the full hanging planter watering blog here.

Q: Should I get a ceramic hanging planter?

A: While many of the hanging planters on the market are made of ceramic, we don’t recommend it. Ceramic is heavy and can shatter and break into a million pieces. All our hanging planters are made of light weight aluminum, making it east for you to take down and water, and even know when your plant is thirsty (when it’s light, the soil is dry and you should water it again).

Q: How do you hang a hanging planter?

Our hanging planter only takes minutes to hang and comes with all the hardware you need. You can find our full tutorial right here.

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Where can I find a 8 inch hanging planter with drainage?

Our round hanging planter Luna is just above 8 inches. Just like the rest of our planters, our hanging planter Luna comes with a drainage hole and a built-in drainage saucer. Our large cylinder planter Athena is almost 8 inches, and you can find it here. 

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cylinder hanging planter freya

Where can I find a 6 inch hanging planter with drainage?

Our cylinder hanging planter freya is just under 6 inches. Just like the rest of our planters, our hanging planter freya comes with a drainage hole and a built-in drainage saucer.

Have any other questions about indoor hanging planters? Shoot us an email hello@loopliving.co

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3 unique ideas for hanging planters indoors

3 unique ideas for hanging planters indoors

Hanging plants indoors is one of our all-time favorite ways to style plants at home. They have this magical ability to create a beautiful, calming atmosphere, using very little effort and taking up zero floor space. 

If you’ve been meaning to hang your plants but are a little bit worried about the logistics of it all, you’ve come to the right place. In this blog post, we’ve round up our favorite ideas for hanging planters indoors. These gorgeous, handcrafted indoor hanging pots are designed to help you hang and water your favorite trailing plants with ease. Beautiful, hassle-free indoor oasis, here you come:)

Our top three indoor hanging planters 

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Wall plant hanger

Wall hanging planters

A classic twist on the traditional macrame hangers, these plant hangers are designed to help you take your plant out easily when it needs watering.

Since we know watering hanging planters is super tricky, we took this a step further. we designed a self watering planter to go perfectly with your plant hanger. The self watering planters come with a drainage hole, making sure the water doesn’t get stuck in the bottom of the planter (avoiding root rot, woohoo!), and the excess water goes into a separate saucer placed beneath the planter- instead of dripping all over the carper. Our unique wall hanging planters come in four different color strings, and you can find our modern hanging planters RIGHT HERE.

ceiling hanging planter

Ceiling hanging planter

Ceiling hanging planters

If you love the idea of ceiling plants but haven’t found a ceiling planter to match your clean aesthetic, this one’s for you. Our thoughtful, modern ceiling planters will help you create the space you’ve always dreamed of. And if you’ve been looking for a hanging planter with a drainage tray you’ll be happy to hear that, just like with our wall hanging planters, all our ceiling planters come with a drainage hole and saucer beneath the planter, keeping all the excess water from dripping. 

Our ceiling planters also come with a unique adjustable feature, which means you can adjust the length of the hanger to match your space. The newest addition to these indoor hanging planters is a handcrafted ceiling hook- completing the elegant, aesthetically pleasing look. You can find all our ceiling planters right here. 

Mini hanging planters

But wait, what about your favorite smaller plants? We think they deserve a chance to shine too, and with our hanging mini planter, they’re bound to steal the show. Just like with our regular size hanging planters, our mini hanging planters come with a drainage hole and a smart self watering planter. You can pair our mini hangers with our round mini planter Ella or our cylinder mini planter Maia. You can find them both here.

Common questions we receive about hanging planters:

Do hanging planters need drainage holes?

Yes! All planters should have a drainage hole. A lot of planters and plant pots were not created with your plant’s needs in mind. When you plant your plant in a planter that doesn’t have a drainage hole, you’re setting it up for failure. A drainage hole makes sure that when you water your plant, the excess water does not stay in the planter (which creates root rot, which equals very sad plants). When we designed our planters, we made sure that won’t happen to your plants, so all our planters have drainage holes. 

Click to check them out!


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What kind of pots are best for hanging plants?

The best pots for hanging plants are self watering planters with a drainage hole and a built-in self watering system.

 Our self watering planters are perfect for hanging plants for a number of reasons:

  1. They have a drainage hole, making sure water doesn’t get stuck in the roots and avoiding root rot.

  2. Our self watering planters have a separate saucer for excess water. Once the water goes down the drainage hole, it settles in the separate saucer until your plant is thirsty again. This makes sure that when you water, the excess water doesn’t spill all over your carpet or floor- a common problem when watering hanging planters.

  3. The self watering mechanism- once the plant is thirsty, it draws the water from the saucer using a special placed between the saucer and the pot. This makes it super easy for your to take care of your plant, since it can hydrate itself if you’re being a bit forgetful:)

  4. The saucer placed underneath the planter allows you to water your plant from the bottom- it’s easier to reach and you can water your hanging planter without taking it out. 

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What do you put in the bottom of a hanging planter?

Like we mentioned, one of the biggest problems with hanging planters is that water drips from the planter and onto the floor or carpet every time you try to water it, making a huge mess. We thought about that when we designed our hanging planter, and our design includes the special saucer placed underneath the planter- already incorporated into the design.

Have any other questions about hanging planters? Shoot us an email to hello@loopliving.co

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Our top three hanging indoor plants

Our top three hanging indoor plants

It’s one of the oldest tricks in the plant styling book: hanging a plant or two in your home can instantly transform your space, turning any bedroom or living room into an indoor oasis.

Drawing inspiration from our own plant parenting experience, here are our favorite hanging indoor plants ideas for enhancing your indoor garden aesthetic:)

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Monkey Monstera (or: Monstera Adansonii)

This trailing, tropical plant will bring a jungle-esque vibe to your home. Its funky leaves and welcoming nature make this plant a crowd favorite, and while it’s mildly toxic, hanging it up is a great solution if you have little humans or pets running around. For all these reasons, the monkey monstera is one of our favorite trailing indoor plants.

Wondering where to hang your Monstera Adansonii? We recommend your bathroom or kitchen- not only will it enhance your bedroom or kitchen aesthetic, you’ll also be doing your plant a favor; since it’s a tropical plant, originating from rainforests and jungle-like areas, this plant loves humidity. It’ll enjoy steam coming from cooking and the shower.

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Golden Pothos (or Devil's Ivy)

This plant is one of the best hanging indoor plants out there. It has the reputation of being a really easy plant to care for- and there’s a good reason for that! It’ll tell you when it’s thirsty (with sad droopy leaves), helping even beginners care for it with ease. And if you’re looking for hanging indoor plants that can handle low light, this plant thrives in bright indirect sunlight but can handle medium to low indirect light too.

When it comes to humidity- don’t sweat it! This plant can handle it. It’ll cascade beautifully, adding greenery to your living or bedroom aesthetic. It’s perfect for decorating your bedroom ceiling or bedroom wall. 

String of hearts

The string of hearts is perfect if you’re looking to bring into your home a more scandinavian- neutral feel. It’s also a perfect match if you’re interested in small hanging indoor plants- it’s dainty yet beautiful. With a hanging planter, the String of Hearts can cascade peacefully in your home. Not sure how to style it? We really love it with our cylinder planter as the heart-shaped leaves really compliment the modern shape.

What’s your favorite plant to hang? Have any plants you think we should add to our best hanging indoor plants list? Let us know in the comments below!

Wondering how to water high hanging indoor plants? Check out our hanging indoor plant watering tutorial.

Looking for the perfect pots for hanging indoor plants? Check out our hanging planter collection HERE.
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Best mother's day gift for plant lovers

Best mother's day gift for plant lovers

With mother’s day around the corner, we thought it would be a good time to acknowledge all our plant mamas (and papas) out there- caring for their babies, excited for every new furl, propagation and sprout. 

To celebrate properly, here are our top 4 recommendations for mothers day gifts you can give to your favorite plant mom. All the designs are in stock and ready to ship, make sure to place your order this week if you'd like your design to arrive on time!

Propagation cone

Propagation cone

More plant babies = happy plant mom! Propagating plant cuttings and Avocado’s is easy and beautiful with our plant-lover’s gift set complete with a handcrafted aluminum cone, metal shears, glass and printed guide.

Gift card for plant lovers

Plant lover Gift card

Some people just like choosing their own gifts (guilty, lol). If your plant mama is a bit particular, giving her a gift card for our selection of planters and plant accessories will help her fulfill allll her plant- styling dreams, exactly the way she envisioned them.


Plant hanger

Our signature Hanging planter

Our signature hanging planter can help plant lovers not only style their plants, but also care for them and help them thrive. Our self- watering mechanism is guaranteed to get your plant peeps excited- with a separate saucer for excess water, preventing the roots from rotting AND acting as a water reservoir when the plant gets thirsty again. The mechanism keeps plant babes happy and healthy.

Mini plant hanger

Mini plant hanger + planter

One of our cutest designs and a Loop Living staff favorite, guaranteed to bring out all the ‘awww’s and ‘sooo cuuuute’! 

Hope you enjoyed our recommendations! Our collection is filled with gifts for plant lovers. From shelves for plant styling to propagation kits, we have something for every plant person. Click to browse more ideas:)

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Fiddle Leaf Fig care - the ultimate guide

Fiddle Leaf Fig care - the ultimate guide

 It’s hard not to swoon over the fiddle leaf fig. Its dramatic look and lush leaves have earned it a worthy spot as the IT plant for quite some time. But caring for fiddle leaf figs isn’t an easy task, as they can be a bit finicky (or even downright Divas). So how do you care for fiddle leaf figs, ensuring they stay happy, healthy, and as beautiful as they were when you first set your eyes on them in the nursery? Don’t go anywhere, we’ve here to answer all your most burning fiddle leaf fig questions.


Do fiddle leaf figs need direct sunlight?

Fiddle leaf figs do best in bright indirect light. Sunlight in the morning or late afternoon is OK. 

How often should I water my fiddle leaf fig?

You should water your Fiddle leaf fig thoroughly when the soil is completely dry. You can also tell if your fiddle leaf fig is thirsty by looking at its leaves - if its leaves look all sad and droopy instead of standing upright, your fiddle leaf fig is probably thirsty.

Should I mist my fiddle leaf fig?

Fiddle leaf figs LOVE humidity. They originate from tropical rainforest, meaning they thrive in a humid environment. Help your plant feel at home by misting it regularly using our beautiful plant mister.

 Are fiddle leaf figs hard to keep alive?

Fiddle leaf figs are hard to keep alive, but it’s really worthwhile if you’re looking for a beautiful statement plant that never goes out of style. 

 Watering Fiddle leaf fig 

Do fiddle leaf figs like bottom watering?

Fiddle leaf figs actually prefer bottom watering. If you’ve never heard of bottom watering before, it’s a watering technique where you set the plant’s pot in the sink, a container with water, or in a self watering planter, so the plant’s soil can absorb water from the bottom. All our planters are self watering, make sure to check out our large cylinder planter Athena if you'd like a self watering planter large enough to contain your fiddle leaf fig.

When you trim your Fiddle Leaf, plant a stem with a leaf in the soil. There’s a good chance it will root and you’ll have a great gift to bring next time you’re invited somewhere.

Why are my fiddle leaves drooping?

There can be a few reasons for this, and it’s completely normal and easy to fix.

  1. Incredibly dry soil- underwatering your fiddle leaf can result in droopy leaves. Make sure to check up on your fiddle leaf fig and water it once the soil is dry. If the soil is very dry, a good soak is in order.

  2. Not enough humidity- Help your fiddle leaf fig feel at home by misting it regularly. Check out our plant mister here.

When is Fiddle Leaf Fig growing seaon?

Fiddle leaf figs tend to be happiest during the spring and the summer, when the weather is warmer. During these months, healthy fiddle leaf figs usually grow new leaves every four to six weeks.

Can the Fiddle Leaf Fig handle low light?

No, unlike some other plants we know, this one is particular about its lighting conditions and will be quite unhappy without any sunshine. Make sure to place it in a spot with lots of bright, indirect light.

What should I do if me Fiddle Leaf Fig has yellow leaves?


Yellow leaves are one of the most common problems fiddle leaf parents face. It can be caused by a number of reasons, the most prominent being overwatering. Too much water (especially if your plant pot does not have sufficient drainage) can cause root rot - resulting in a very unhappy plant and yellowing leaves. 

Another reason your fiddle leaf might be unhappy has to do with lighting. Make sure you put your fiddle leaf fig in a spot with lots of bright indirect sunlight.


Have any more fiddle leaf care quesions?

Let us know in the comments below!

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Sansevieria Care & styling Tips

Sansevieria Care & styling Tips




Your plant might be extra-sturdy, but it can burn in direct sunlight. It will tolerate low light, but it will thrive most in bright indirect light.


Water your snake plant when the soil is completely dry. Push your finger into the soil and if it’s even the slightest bit damp - wait longer. Neglect is your friend.


Yellowing leaves signal overwatering. Resist the urge.


Sansevierias don’t like roomy planters; you’ll want them to sit tightly in a small planter. They should look like it’s a bit too crowded in there.

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Ficus Elastica Care & Styling Tips

Ficus Elastica Care & Styling Tips


Rubber plants prefer bright, indirect light that isn’t too hot.


Water when the soil is dry, check the top 3-5 inches to be sure.


Falling leaves often indicate overwatering. Remember that, for some plants, neglecting them is the best way to love them.


Use a damp rag to wipe down leaves from time to time to maximize growth and air-purifying qualities

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