7 indoor plant care tools to step up your green thumb game
That said, there are dozens of neat indoor plant care tools out there designed not just for optimal plant health, but also to make your life easier when it comes to keeping your greens glowing. Below are a few of our favorites!
House of Botanicals Watering Can
This lightweight watering can is the perfect size for potted plants, and comes with a convenient, built-in mister. Water cans a great for two reasons: they’re comfortable to water with, and they more closely mimic actual rainfall for your plants.
Speaking of watering, self-watering tools are a fantastic way to water while on vacation. They are designed to slowly release water into the plant’s soil and can last up to two weeks! They work so well that some people prefer to use them as their regular watering method.
Plant elixir is a concentrated blend of nutrients to dilute in water and mist onto your plant’s foliage. Plants not only absorb these nutrients through their leaves, but the blend also acts as a natural pest repellant. Best of all? It smells heavenly.
Houseplant Vitamin Boost
Fertilizing your plants is up there in the list of things you might not but should be doing in your plant care routine. Of course your plants will likely survive without it, but fertilizing once or twice in the spring and summer is a great way to ensure your plants shine— literally.
Did you know the number one way people kill their plants is by improper watering? If you tend to have a heavy hand when it comes to watering, a moisture meter for plants might be just what you need to correct. Easily monitor the moisture levels of your plant’s soil to ensure no overwatering (or underwatering for that matter!).
Aerating your plant’s soil is a great way to ensure even watering, and chopsticks are our #1 favorite tool to do it. Recycle old chopsticks for the DIY ultimate soil aeration tool.
Misting your plants may seem unnecessary, but many indoor plants love the extra humidity. Plus there is something innately therapeutic about doing it. Any spray bottle will work, but a beautiful, incredibly functional mister that can also hang with the rest of your living room decor? We’ll take it!