A new space
We started in the summer of 2020 with the aim of making house plants accessible and fun. And while we love being an online business, we’ve realised just how much we enjoy face to face chats about all things plants. So, we're going to try and make it happen and create a unique space for people to visit and enjoy.
Our plants are sourced from a range of growers across Europe, and we're quite picky. We only buy plants that are high quality and varieties that we absolutely love. We get way too much joy keeping tabs on new plant varieties and trends, but we also adore and appreciate so many stalwarts that have stood the test of time.
We want to showcase how inspiring house plants are, and how much beauty and joy they can bring to a space. We understand that buying plants online involves a little leap of faith. You can be rest assured that we only select and deliver plants that we ourselves would happily carry home from a shop, and we take great pride in our customer service as well.
You don’t need loads of cash or space to bring a hit of green into your gaff. We hope we can encourage and inspire you even a little bit, to do just that.
While we love being an online business - but you can’t beat face to face chats, and we’ve realised just how much we enjoy that contact with our customers.
We want to create a beautiful space for people to visit and enjoy. So we’re trying to make it happen. We’ve found the perfect location in Dublin 8, and really want to make it our home. It's a fantastic space, but it needs some work.
Whether you're heading back to the office, continuing to wfh (or a bit of both), this is a great time of year to jazz your workspace up a bit. A good clear out of things cluttering your desk can feel so damn good.
If you're thinking about bringing some life and colour to your desk as our days get a tad darker... we have some inspiration and suggestions to get you going. Here are some great work set ups by some of our favourite instagram accounts.
We've all seen lists of house plants on various websites, magazines and home sections of newspapers. '5 of the easiest house plants!', '10 plants you can't kill!', and blah blah blah... and so on.
But, if we dig deeper - what are the qualities that actually makes a plant easy going?