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    18 Products To Level Up Your Plant Game

    I see your plant shelfie and raise you a bookend that doubles as an airplant holder.

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    1. An off-the-beaten-path plant that might as well be from another planet — like the Bowiea volubilis (Climbing Onion) — because it's all about the climb.

    Unusual Seeds / Etsy

    Promising review: "Great seller and seeds. I've bought from this seller a few times and have had great germination rates and customer service." —Bryan

    Get it from Unusual Seeds on Etsy for $3.95.

    2. A concrete step bookend that'll offer up a special place to display your favorite air plants.

    lilmaisons / Etsy

    Get them from lilmaisons on Etsy for $29 ($33 with airplant).

    3. A pack of fertilizer spikes to help your plants bounce back from the brutal winter months.

    The Home Depot

    The sticks feed the plants for up to two months! (During spring and summer you'll want to replace them every 30 days.)

    Promising review: "This product did revitalize two peace lilies, a croton plant and another plant that I cannot identify. It is easy to use and not messy. No measuring or scooping." —mangopeach

    Get it from The Home Depot for $2.98 (for a pack of 48 spikes).

    4. A customizable triflora hanging planter to give your plants a perfect window seat.

    Wayfair

    You can slide the ropes on the rod to adjust the placement of the hanging planters!

    Promising review: "Love this planter! I plan on using them for herbs in my kitchen window once they start growing, however also great for any small plants. Looks nice and clean and easy to install. Plan on purchasing more for other windows!" —Bryn

    Get it from Wayfair for $60.

    5. A "disgustingly effective" set of sticky-stake insect traps to prevent leaf damage and reproductive issues stemming from pesky gnats, thrips, and fruit flies.

    The Home Depot

    Promising review: "Had no idea our sudden infestation of gnats was coming from indoor houseplants. All the plants were moved to the screened porch and the Sticky Stakes added. It was amazing. No more gnats flying around and it gets the newly hatched ones as they come up out of the soil. Good product." —CS

    Get it from The Home Depot $4.98

    6. How Not to Kill Your Houseplant: Survival Tips for the Horticulturally Challenged, a book that'll boost your confidence in parenting 50 different types of popular houseplants.

    Barnes & Noble

    Promising review: "Very helpful little book, with pictures and descriptions that help identify plants you might have at home, even if you don't know their names. Tells how to care for them and what to do with them if they seem to be having problems. Great book for people who claim they don't have a 'green thumb.'" —Carol Shackmaster

    Get it from Barnes & Noble for $13.89

    7. A set of stylish brass plant sticks for keeping your growing babies in line.

    Food52

    Get it from Food52 for $64 (for six).

    8. A set of ceramic wall planters so you don't have to choose between art or plants for that bare wall — go ahead and have the best of both worlds.

    West Elm

    Get it from West Elm for $15.40+ (available in 4" and 6" and in black or white).

    9. A design-y watering can that looks like it was sent from the future to tell you to water your plants.

    Hay

    Get it from Design Within Reach for $21.25 (available in burnt orange and light gray).

    10. Or a modern stainless-steel version that you'll probably just want to leave out on a shelf and stare at all day.

    Food52

    Get it from Food52 for $54 (available in three colors).

    11. An organically grown succulent subscription box as something green to look forward to every single month.

    Cratejoy

    What you get: The option of 1-4 succulents of 2 inches size in four different varieties each month. The current box includes: Key Lime Pie, E. Perle Von Nurnberg, Crassula Ruffle Jade, and Ivory Towers.

    Get it from Succulents Box on Cratejoy for $4.75/month (and get 25% off your first box).

    12. A storage rack to give you the freedom to move your plants closer/away from a light source and help you keep your precious cargo out of your pet's (or young child's) line of fire.

    Overstock

    Promising review: "This display looks awesome in front of my windows. I love the different tier levels and I alternate my plants and succulents around on them to get the best use of the sun." —JoAnn M.

    Get it from Overstock for $71.99.

    13. A folding screen with planters so you can make the perfect corner piece or set some friendly boundaries for your nosey roommate.

    West Elm

    Get it from West Elm for $14.99.

    14. A simple and accessibly priced hanging planter, if you're not totally into the macrame trend.

    Wayfair

    Promising review: "I absolutely love this planter! It looks super chic hanging in the window and works great for climbing plants!" —Jessica

    Get it from Wayfair for $40 (available in black and white).

    15. A set of beechwood pedestals so you can give your favorites the royal treatment.

    Food52

    Get it from Food52 for $50 (for two).

    16. A self-watering hanging planter for both indoor and outdoor use. I'm telling you: You can't mess it up this time — not with this planter.

    Tabor Tools

    Get it from Tabor Tools for $25 (available in black, lime, gray, burgundy, and white).

    17. And a stacking ceramic planter with a cleverly hidden saucer for drainage.

    Coming Soon

    Get it from Coming Soon for $75+ (available in short and tall and in white or terracota).

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