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    19 Plant Products With Review Photos That'll Make You Want To Grow Something

    Useful gadgets and tools for keeping plants alive, pretty planters and stands...and a whole lot of thriving plant photos that have me turning ~green~ with envy.

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    1. A self-watering, self-aerating planter to keep your thirsty plants happy, *without* worrying about dreaded root rot. Just fill the reservoir and the (patented) hollow legs will draw water up into the soil.

    2. A countertop Aerogarden Harvest hydroponic garden so you can grow all the herbs you want (no backyard required). And thanks to the LED grow lights, plus a watering-reminding system, no green thumb required either.

    Aerogarden review photo full of herbs with five/five stars and text "fun and tasty! It's not often that my final result looks like the advertising photo, but the AeroGarden does"

    3. Or a nine-herb window garden kit with everything you need to grow dill, basil, chives, thyme, parsley, oregano, cilantro, sage, and mustard if you're more of a DIY-er (or have a fantastically sunny kitchen window).

    Reviewer's image of three of the herb pots sprouting: dill, cilantro, and oregano

    4. A pack of Miracle-Gro plant food *spikes* to revive and nourish all the flowering or foliage plants you'd otherwise CERTAINLY kill.

    A review image of a wilted plant on the left, and the same plant but perky and full on the right

    5. A bag of Miracle-Gro water-storing crystals that'll help solve both over- *and* under-watering struggles β€” just mix in with your soil and the crystals absorb water now and slowly release over time. It works for both indoor and outdoor plants, too!

    A sink full of plants with five stars and the text "I never write reviews but I had to leave town for 3 weeks and used these for the first time. When I got home my plants were greener than ever!"

    6. And a soil tester so you can keep tabs on the moisture level of your soil with ease β€” just pop it in your soil and look at the easy-to-read (and color-coded) meter.

    The moisture meter in front of a windowsill full of plants

    7. A pack of houseplant sticky traps to end your gnat problem once and for all β€” or to encourage you to get plants if the fear of creepy crawlies (or in this case, fly-ies) is holding you back. No more stalking them in silence and trying to smack them out of the air.

    A houseplant with two yellow double-sided sticky traps, each with many gnats stuck in them

    8. A bottle of Joyful Dirt concentrated plant food and fertilizer you can just shake onto your indoor plants, or mix with water before watering β€” look out for increased growth and perkier leaves. Reviewers have seen plants come back from just about the dead using this!

    Review showing a plant doubling in size, one photo on March 20, one on April 10, and the last on May 14

    9. An expandable wall gardening system so you can turn your porch or patio into a gorgeous garden β€” no backyard, no problem. And it has a built-in dripper system you can connect right to your hose so you don't need to worry about watering.

    A reviewer's patio wall with the hanging system, filled with thriving plants

    10. A pack of adorable bamboo plant markers with pretty scalloped edges so you can mark your burgeoning herb garden and remember which is flat parsley and which is cilantro.

    A reviewer using the markers in small pots with punny phrases

    11. A continuous-spray mister that'll spray a super-fine mist so you can refresh your green bbs *without* weighing down leaves with droplets that are too large or keeping water from evaporating (and leading to fungus, according to many plant TikToks I've seen).

    Reviewer hand holding the mister in front of a plant stand with many plants on it

    12. How Not To Kill Your Houseplant, a handy guide to over 50 types of common indoor plants, helping you properly care for them, choose the right soil and light conditioner, identify warning signs for a sick plant, and overall FINALLY stop killing them.

    Reviewer holding the book in front of several healthy-looking plants

    13. An assortment of minimal wall planters for an easy way to transform lil' succulents and air plants into ~living~ art. How cool is that?!

    A reviewer's wall with five white and brass planters in various sizes

    14. A set of plant-watering stakes and tubing so you can ~moisturize~ several of your flora friends while you're away β€” just put a stake in each plant, connect the tubing to each stake, and plop the other end in a bowl of water.

    15. A pack of gentle gardening clips if you've been thinking about growing some tasty tomatoes β€” these'll keep the plants straight and breakage-free. And it's great for any climbing plants and flowers (like orchids and ivy) and other veggies.

    A reviewer using the clip to fasten a tomato plant to a post

    16. An adjustable, gooseneck grow light with two heads, three light settings, five dimmable modes, and timer options to help plants grow stronger if you don't have the best sunlight streaming in.

    17. A set of four macrame hanging planters made of 100% cotton cord (pots not included) you can hang from your ceiling for some on-trend home decor β€” especially if you're...running out of surfaces on which to put a planter.

    Review photo of the macrame holders and planters hanging from a garment rack

    18. A five-tier bamboo plant shelf to put your favorite leafies ~on display~ (shh, I won't tell the others) in a dramatic way that doesn't take up a lot of floor space.

    Review image of the plant stand on a windowsill

    19. A three-bulb propagation station (love that rhyme) with a slightly scientific feel so you can hydroponically propagate cuttings β€” or you can just use it as a cool bud vase.

    Reviewer propagating three clippings in the wood and glass station

    And of course, googly eyes.

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