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26 Products To Level Up Your Plant Game

I see your plant shelfie and raise you a bookend that doubles as a planter.

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


Promising review: "The pots look great, they're textured and the same sizes and colors as pictured. There is a small hole in the back for a nail to hang them to the wall. I hung them up in the same arrangement as advertised and it looks nice." β€”Dan

Get it from Amazon for $59.99 (for six).

2. A pair of retro earthenware bookends that'll pick up some extra credit and hold your succulents too.

West Elm

Get it from West Elm for $31 (available in speckled white or orange).

3. An off-the-beaten-path plant that might as well be from another planet β€” like the Bowiea volubilis (Climbing Onion) β€” 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." β€”Bryan

Get it from Unusual Seeds on Etsy for $3.95.

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


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: "I have several houseplants that had stopped flowering, so I put a few of these spikes in the pot (there are directions on the back of package for quantity), and approximately a month after using these spikes, my peace lily had three flowers on it, and my African violets plants all got several blooms on them! This worked wonders for my plants that don't flower also! I noticed that my ivy and cactus plants started growing faster, and they became more green and healthy looking. I am very happy with this product, and I will buy it again." β€”Elizabeth

Get it from Amazon for $2.24 (for a pack of 48 spikes).

5. A design-y watering can you'll be tempted to leave out after you've made your rounds on watering day.


Get it from MoMA Design Store for $25 (available in burnt orange and light gray).

6. 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.


Get it from Walmart for $69.99.

7. A Hindu Hoya Rope plant if you've mastered the art of keeping tropical plants alive and have some bright light in your home you'd like to share with a new tenant.,

Promising review: "Had my hoya more than a few years now and it's thriving. Was able to propagate two more. It took some time to start flowering but when it did, it is quite beautiful. I've given cuttings to friends as well." β€”m

Get it from Amazon for $15.48.

8. An assorted variety pack of air plants for some low-maintenance greenery.


Promising review: "I could not be happier! These little guys arrived in perfect condition and blooming! They've been a big hit with friends and family, so much so that I have referred them to Drunken Gnome. What is so great is that these little guys are so easy to care for and look so charming no matter what you display them in!" β€”Terri L. Duarte

Get it from Amazon for $12.95+ (for three; available in three sizes).

Troll not included β€”Β however you can find similar ones on Etsy like in the shop Hlarsondesigns.

9. And a ceramic holder that'll give you a hand with your new favorite child.


Promising review: "This item came fast and was in great shape. Perfect for a desk or a quiet space. Yes, it's small but that's what I wanted." β€”beamrat

Get it from Amazon for $6.99 (or three for $11.99).

10. A vintage-style mister for keeping your leaves looking glossy and shelfie-ready.


Get it from Walmart for $8.57.

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


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

Promising review: "I like this simple hanging planter. It is ideal for the herbs I'll be growing in a south-facing window of my home. It isn't the most sturdy construction but I think it is certainly sturdy enough. I like the soft rope, the shape of the metal hangers and the white holders. It's a very nice and clean look!" β€”Stephanie Sullivan

Get it from Amazon for $50.

12. A mini bonsai tree reflection pool to calm your nerves β€” IDK about you but I'm feeling zen just looking at it.


Promising review: "For the price, this is a steal!! It's absolutely beautiful. Packaging was perfect, not a single branch damaged. I gave mine as a gift and my mother-in-law loved it and thought I paid so much more than I did, so it's a perfect gift." β€”Allea

Get it from Amazon for $21.98.

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


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

14. A minimalist self-watering vessel that'll ensure your houseplants never get parched.

Light + Ladder

Get it from Light + Ladder for $100.

Recommended for Maidenhair ferns and "other water-thirsty plants."

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


What you get: The option of 1–4 succulents of 2'' 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).

16. A seven-pocket wall-hanging planter so you can have one plant in your pocket and the other one flicking a cigarette (jk, I don't recommend this!).

Promising review: "Well made. I have purchased one of each of these pocket systems, this product is by far the best. Material and design is far more functional than those made from tarp material. Highly recommend this." β€”Tyler

Get it from Amazon for $10.99.

17. Or a DIY vertical succulent garden if you're the type of person who likes putting a little elbow grease into your home decor.


Get it from Food52 for $140.

18. A three-row succulent display that'll make a perfect desk object.


Promising review: "Well constructed, pots are well made and the hole on the bottom is sufficient for drainage. The pots are shallow so they work best for smaller succulents that don't have a ton of roots. Overall super satisfied!" β€”Amazon Customer

Get it from Amazon for $19.99 (planters available in pink and white).

19. A trendy planter with legs to make your houseplants look even more alive.

@studioarhoj / Via, Urban Outfitters

Get the small tripod planter (left) from Sounds for $40 or the Sita textured planter from Urban Outfitters (right) for $24.

20. 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 $29.99.

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


Promising review: "Already had tons of compliments. It's easy to hang and absolutely makes the room. So unusual, chic, modern, with just enough rustic. I'm obsessed." β€”Marleine

Get it from Amazon for $30.

22. A plant for your bathroom, like the Asparagus Fern, which thrives in humidity (so crank that shower water).


Promising review: "I needed something small, leafy, and lush for my forest mini garden, and this Asparagus Fern is absolutely perfect. It arrived very moist, not dried out, signaling that they carefully prep it for shipping! I got mine just a few days after ordering β€” I was amazed at how fast they sent it. I’m in love with it and it adds such a lush touch to my bathroom." β€”Jazhara

Get it from Amazon for $13.99.

Also consider: Aloe Vera, Pothos, or Peace Lily.

23. A humidifier that'll go undercover as a cactus while helping your plants recover from the dry winter temps.


Promising review: "This humidifier is absolutely adorable. I purchased it to put near my houseplants that needed some extra humidity. It looks adorable near them and I can already see a difference in my plants after just a weeks worth of turning it on once a day. It's relatively easy to use β€”Β to start, I soaked the cotton as recommended before putting it into the machine. I then filled it with water, turned it on, and could see the mist coming out. It does have a good size water basin for its size." β€”MeganFromLV

Get it from Amazon for $14.89.

24. An eyeball planter to hold you accountable when you miss a watering β€” your plants see you.

Urban Outfitters

Get it from Urban Outfitters for $8+ (available in three sizes).

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


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

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

Coming Soon

Get it from Coming Soon for $65+ (available in short and tall).

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