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    28 Things That'll Help You Showcase Your Plants

    An amazing liquid fertilizer, pruners, and some of the nicest pots you'll ever see.

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    1. An all-purpose liquid fertilizer that made my mini monstera double in size in less than three months. Just a pump or two in my watering can is enough to feed my plants without burning them.

    2. A propagation station because it's cheaper to grow cuttings from your existing plants than purchase a whole new one. Trim your plant just below the nodes, place them here, and water them as needed.

    A reviewer's propagation station

    3. And a pair of pruners to propagate your babies or snip off dying leaves. Having healthy green foliage is always a good look.

    A reviewer holding the pruners

    4. A set of jungle-themed plant hangers just to add something fun and interesting to your decor.

    A reviewer's monkey plant hanger

    5. A spherical ceramic self-watering planter so your plants won't keel over if you just so happen to forget to water them. If you have a lot of hard lines, break them up with this uniquely shaped planter.

    6. Or a two-tiered ceramic self-watering planter that has a large reservoir so your plant won't get too thirsty. It comes in four striking colors to compliment your space and display the majesty of your vining plants.

    7. A pack of Miracle-Gro plant food spikes because plants are mad dramatic when they don't get fed 😭. Stick this slow-release fertilizer into the soil and boom, they're good for up to two months.

    8. A plant hanger that'll ensure your plants get ten times more light than they'd get on the floor. More light = more growth.

    The three-tiered shelf holding nine plants

    9. A handy grow light because your north-facing window is doing next to nothing for that succulent you love. Pop these into your lamps so your plants have more time to photosynthesize.

    A reviewer's plants under the grow light

    10. A mid-century modern plant stand so you can give your plant more sun exposure *and* make your room appear more spacious.

    A person's plants sitting in the stands

    11. A four-tier plant stand because everyone knows plants look so much better in groups.

    A reviewer's plants on the stand

    12. A jar of neem oil because having a bunch of mealybugs on your stems isn't a good look (or healthy for your plants). Keep pests from ruining the look of your plants with this effective, natural solution.

    A reviewer holding neem oil

    13. A cool speckled pot for spicing up your windowsill. I love using this as a cover pot for my 4-inch philodendron brandy.

    14. A set of three gold terrarium boxes for all the succulent lovers who are more than ready for a change of pace.

    15. A nice spray bottle because keeping plant accessories within reach is a must and it's more fun when they look this good.

    The mister next to several plants

    16. A six-tier bamboo plant stand that's just itching to be placed in a corner or on a balcony. It can hold up to seven plants at one time.

    A reviewer's plant stand holding four plants

    17. A lovely philodendron brasil because it's incapable of looking bad and will make your other plants look better. Why? It's highly variegated leaves. Plus, it vines beautifully.

    A reader's philodendron brasil growth in less than three months

    18. Or a mini monstera that'll crawl up your walls and make your room really feel like a jungle. Mine puts out a new leaf every two weeks and it's never had any pests.

    buzzfeed writers mini monstera plant in a windowsill

    19. A bag of decorative pebbles for bonsais, orchids, succulents and other plants in need of extra aeration.

    The multicolored pebbles

    20. A deep green glazed ceramic pot because you just don't see this color every day. My philodendron birkin lives in one of these and she's loving it.

    Four plants in the ceramic pots

    21. A stunning planter that'll distract people from the browning leaves you forgot to prune. And it has drainage to prevent root rot.

    22. A multi-layered plant stand since it looks like a jungle gym for your babies. You can organize them according to light level and size.

    A reviewer's plants on the stand

    23. A handy watering tray because bottom watering your plants delivers the moisture directly where it matters: the roots. It's also great for protecting your surfaces from water damage.

    A reviewer's plants in the saucers

    24. A self-watering planter to minimize mold and fungus by aerating the soil.

    A reviewer's fern inside the planter

    25. A pack of fun mushroom watering globes for preventing your thirsty babies from drying up while you're away. Ferns prefer consistently moist soil, and this is just how to do it.

    A reviewer's water mushrooms

    26. A brass watering can because it's functional and cute. The can will compliment your decor, and show that plant care is an extension of your personal style.

    The brass watering can

    27. A blush pink pot with drainage in case you're tired of white and terracotta. I ordered these in white and they arrived in perfect condition.

    A calathea plant in the pot

    28. And a pack of sticky insect traps that'll come in handy if you have fungus gnats or other unwanted pests chomping away at your beautiful plants.

    Reviewer holding two of the sticky insect traps covered in bugs

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