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    22 Things You Probably Need If You're Obsessed With Your House Plants

    Your plant babies deserve the best.

    1. A pack of nutrient-dense fertilizer spikes to keep all your greenery happy and healthy (even throughout the winter). They can even help revive those on the verge of death, and save you from unnecessary plant funerals.

    2. A set of mini glazed pots that are perfect for holding succulents and petite plants. They even have drainage holes in their bottoms to keep your plants healthy.

    3. A Click and Grow garden with enough space for three plants to thrive. It's basically a low-maintenance herb and vegetable patch that allows you to use your green thumb year-round.

    4. A set of macrame plant holders that will make your apartment look like a boho oasis. Reviewers say they're strong enough to support weightier plant pots, so you don't need to stick to plastic.

    5. A copy of The New Plant Parent, a book all about caring for house plants. It includes all the info you need to find the right plants for you, create a watering schedule, choose your containers, and more.

    6. A stainless steel watering can that, frankly, is too cute for its own good. It has a long nozzle, so you can even get it between the leaves of denser plants.

    7. A bottle of seaweed-infused soil enhancer that's packed with deep-sea nutrients, vitamins, and minerals. Consider this treating your indoor garden to a sushi dinner, every week — they will love you for it.

    8. A rope plant basket that you can use to hide a boring terracotta pot. Reviewers say that it's the perfect size for snake plants and other large upright plants.

    9. A microgreen garden that doubles as a fish tank. In this closed-looped ecosystem, the plants clean the water and the fish feed the plants, so everyone gets what they need. All you need to do is adopt a fish!

    10. A moisture-sensing pen that gauges how much water is in your soil at root level. Now you won't have to dig around with your hands to make sure your plants are getting fed.

    11. A pair of plant-trimming scissors for when your indoor garden starts looking a bit overgrown. Reviewers love how sharp they are and mention that they're super comfortable to use, even during lengthier pruning seshes.

    12. A Groot flower pot that's perfect for any Guardians of the Galaxy fan. It's also great for holding pens and office supplies, if your desk could use a bit of sprucing up.

    13. A bottle of plant fertilizer that's specially formulated for tropical and hydroponically-grown plants. Reviewers say a few spritzes once or twice a week can make a huge difference in how your plants grow.

    14. Root, Nurture, Grow, a full guide to propagation that'll help you turn your plants into more plants. It's packed with tips on stem cutting, rooting in water, runners, offsets, grafting, division and more, so you'll know exactly what to do.

    15. A propagation station for your budding plant friends that hangs right on your wall. You can easily remove the test tubes to change the water, so you don't have to take the whole thing down.

    16. Or a set of bulb propagation vases, if you don't want to do any drilling to display your plants. Reviewers say it's easy to put together and that it makes an awesome home for trimmings.

    17. A pack of ultra-sticky glue traps to save your plants from nasty bug infestations. Reviewers recommend hanging them above your plants or supporting them with a plant stake in the soil.

    18. A whale-shaped plant pot that's the right size for an air plant. Congrats, your precious tillandsia will finally have a home!

    19. A nickel plant mister that looks pretty enough to display in your living room and is great for watering more delicate tropical plants and air plants. You can also fill it with a natural pesticide, if you're having trouble with bugs.

    20. Or a plastic aerosol sprayer that reviewers say is ideal for plants because it spritzes water in a super fine mist and doesn't create any pooling.

    21. A glass pentagon terrarium to display your smaller succulents in the most beautiful way possible. Don't forget to pick up pebbles and soil to line the bottom, or you'll probably get some leakage!

    22. And finally, a gallon-sized humidifier that'll create the perfect atmosphere for your plant babies to thrive. Reviewers say their plants have gotten noticeably greener and more lush with the help of this handy appliance.

    You with all your plant children:

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