2. A set of poison- and pesticide-free sticky insect traps for getting any infestation of flying insects — like white flies, fungus gnats, thrips, and fruit flies — under control.
3. A mid-century modern inspired cement planter with leaves carved into it. Soooo many planters are earth tones (which is fine!), but it's nice to see something that will add a pop of color.
4. A pack of food spikes for fertilizing every type of flowering and foliage houseplant you have. Each stick provides up to two months of food for your plants — eliminating the need to constantly fertilize and check the soil for nutrients.
5. An adorable 3D printed Bulbasaur planter so that you can show off your favorite Pokémon. The only shortcoming is your Bulbasaur won't evolve into an Ivysaur, but alas.
6. A moisture meter to tell you if your plants need water. Simply insert the stick into the soil and boom! It'll tell you if the soil is dry, moist, or wet.
7. A Socrates bust that doubles as a planter, so you can always have your favorite philosopher on hand. Think of all the cool hairdos you can give this guy.
8. A denim apron with leather details designed specifically for gardening. Designed by ~plantfluencer~ Hilton Carter, it has leather pockets for holding heavy and sharp tools like shears and a ring for holding a towel or mister/spray bottle.
9. A ceramic pot and stand combo for ~elevating~ your houseplant game. Most of the time you either buy the pot or the stand, but rarely are they sold as a set. This product feeds two birds with one scone.
10. Extremely adorable gold animals to add a bit of decoration to your plants. You can stand them in your plant pot, slide them onto a leaf, or gently fold their hands so they swing, climb, perch, or hug your favorite plants.
11. A 3D printed planter made of a blend of recycled wood fibers and bioplastic made from corn. Each planter is sustainably made and is entirely biodegradable.
12. A trio of self-watering cat globes for those of us who are either chronic over-waterers or constantly traveling. Each bulb provides water for your plants for up to three weeks, depending on your climate.
13. A very tall planter to make a statement, and that statement is "I am the best plant parent around, and this is the pedestal upon which I put my plant baby." These can be used indoors or out.
14. A pair of stainless-steel gardening shears with over 25,000 5-star reviews. Folks say they're lightweight and easy to use, and that the blades are super sharp — perfect for delicate deadheading.
15. A cute plant mister that doubles as decor when not in use. Use it to clean leaves or provide a nice misting for tropical houseplants that love high humidity.
16. A tiny lil' shallow planter with a bamboo drainage tray for giving your succulents and cacti a perfect home. This is also a great product if you're propagating and it's time to move the leaves in water to fresh soil. It's shallow enough that the roots will grow without wasting space.
17. A set of three minimal planters with gold stands for a cohesive look. When the plants are the stars of the show, these beauties provide the perfect backdrop.
18. A waterproof repotting mat to make sure you don't make a huge mess when repotting all your houseplants. Each corner snaps together, so there's no risk of dirt or leaves being pushed off the mat onto your tabletop or floor.
19. A set of two white planters with gray and gold accents when you want to give your home a modern vibe. These pots don't have drainage holes, which means no more leaks all over your floors or tabletops.
20. A compact brush and dustpan for cleaning up the tiny messes that happen when you do houseplant maintenance. From trimming dead leaves to repotting plants, this small but mighty duo will help with clean up.
21. A plant hanger and ceramic pot combo that's perfect for vine-y plants like strings of pearls or pothos. You can also put in faux plants if you just want to hang it and forget it.
22. A bookend that is also a vase, because we love a product that can pull double duty. It's time to level up your #shelfie game.
23. A small watering can that's perfect for homes with limited storage, because who has space for a giant metal 2-gallon watering can these days?
24. A vertical plant stand with a spot for six medium-sized plants. This is a great solution if you've got limited space but lots of houseplants.
25. A vintage-inspired patterned planter so that you can add some groovy vibes to your home. Reviewers rave about its look, saying it's well made and looks great.
26. A trio of of bulb vases that are super versatile. Can it be a vase? Check. Can you use it for plant propagating? Uh huh. Is it just really cool looking decor? Also yes!
27. A set of three ceramic planters with a marble glaze, because real marble would be 10x more expensive. The tiny size is perfect for succulents and cacti.
28. A woven rope basket that reviewers swear is the best planter ever. And since it has handles, you can easily pick it up and move it about without risking spillage.
29. A disco ball hanging planter to give your room major nightclub energy. Because why pay money to go to the club when your home IS the club?!?
30. A pack of two white hanging planters with black hardware that are perfect for low maintenance or faux plants.
31. A set of three concrete succulent planters with faces on them. Can you imagine playing hairdresser with the right plants? Like a fern or ivy?
Now get to green thumbing it!
Reviews have been edited for length and/or clarity.