Something I’ve been thinking about a lot this year is the question of scale — quantities, qualities, how to streamline my belongings, my kitchen cupboards, my plants. In this post I want to share my thoughts about taking a more mindful approach to keeping houseplants. It’s true that a lot of these reflections have been…Read More
Two weeks ago I asked on my instagram if you had any monstera repotting questions… + you certainly did! I planned on combining a few questions with my repotting post but there ended up being quite a few things you wanted to know! I’ll answer those queries here + show you my repotting process in…Read More
For today, I’ve written a bit of an update for one of my most popular blogposts — a look at the different pothos varieties + my top tips for keeping them looking their best (originally posted in March 2019). I’ve also updated the photos to show how my plants are looking right now in 2020.…Read More
HOUSEPLANTHOUSE is 3 years old!
It only feels like the other day I set up my website but over the last 3 years, I’ve written over 100,000 words + taken many, many photos of plants big + small! I look forward to the next year of sharing my plants with you all.
Thanks so much for your support— Laura
As promised, this post is all about peperomia hope. I get a few questions on my plant whenever I share it on instagram, so thought it would be helpful to detail how I have been caring for my plant. This lovely cultivar is actually a hybrid between Peperomia deppeana + Peperomia quadrifolia. I actually have…Read More
As promised, here is the annual oxalis triangularis update — it’s a highly requested post as the popularity of these pretty purple dancing leaves are still on the rise in the plant world. I think this has to do with the fact that the last two or three years has seen this plant be marketed…Read More
Let me introduce my tradescantia nanouk! I bought this incredibly pretty plant three months ago as a bit of a lockdown treat for myself + as a big fan of my other pink tradescantia — the fluminensis tricolour, I didn’t really know what to expect in comparison. I hadn’t seen a plant in real life…Read More