With Autumn well + truly here in the UK, my houseplants are getting ready for their winter rest. My focus this time of year is making sure my plants are in the best position possible to tackle the lower light levels + cooler temperatures (more on that in my ‘Getting your houseplants ready for Autumn’…Read More
As I was doing a bit of last-minute repotting over the weekend before Autumn properly sets in, I thought I would turn the camera away from my plants for a minute + chat a little bit about the potting mix I tend to make up for my houseplants, because it’s a question I get asked…Read More
As much as I love my larger plants here at HOUSEPLANTHOUSE, houseplant propagation is a real hobby of mine. I don’t know if it’s the lure of making new plants for free, or that the process feels like I’m getting to understand how my houseplants ‘work‘… whatever it is, I’m forever fascinated with propagating something!…Read More
One of the things I’ve missed the most over lockdown is thrifting. I’ve been meaning to put this post up for a while but since moving, I haven’t quite been able to put my hands on some of the pieces I wanted to talk about. I’m sure there must be a box somewhere labelled ‘Laura’s…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
It’s that time of year again… last week I got my scissors out and cut back my tradescantia fluminensis tricolour entirely. My plant fared surprisingly well during the move but as Spring growth kicked in, my plant was looking a little… straggly. I think this is the third cycle of cutting I have done with…Read More
It goes without saying that moving is a pretty stressful time — aside from all the paperwork, packing all of your belongings into boxes that will enable you to locate things at your new home is an art in itself. I spent the first 6 weeks after my move trying to find my sieve… turns…Read More