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Accessories for Your Houseplants

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Yesterday I shared my favorite houseplants with you.  Today, I thought I would select some pretty accessories that you can use with your plants.

Although houseplants are lovely on their own, the containers that they are placed in can add to their beauty.    I never leave plants in their original containers–I always transplant them into a pretty bowl, urn, cachepot, or a simple clay pot.   I find most of my containers at thrift stores and antique shops and never pay more than a few dollars for each.  For example, the Christmas cactus that I showed you yesterday was planted in a milk glass pedestal bowl that I got for $3 at the Salvation Army.

There are so many pretty accessories for your houseplants.  Here is a collection of some that I found that you can order.  The watering cans are sculptural and interesting enough to stay out on display all the time!

Watering Cans

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West Elm Modern Copper Watering Can
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Terrain Tinted Glass Plant Mister
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Terrain Haws Mini Heirloom Watering Can

CB2 Brass Watering Can

Planters

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Ballard Designs Blue & White Chinoiserie Planter

A basket is a great plant container, but make sure you put a plastic liner in it or keep the plant in a container that fits inside the basket.

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Target Wicker Basket with Wood Handles
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One Kings Lane 10 inch ceramic bird planter, blue/white

 

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Terrain blue urn
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Terrain Verdigris Flower Pot

 

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Ballard Designs Toulon Planter

Happy gardening!

 

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