There’s nothing that adds style, substance and character to your space better than a little bit of green.
Whether you’re a new member of the houseplant club, struggling to keep your fern happy, or unsure about which variety will survive in your hallway, Baylor Chapman’s ‘Decorating With Plants’ will without a doubt, up your ‘greenteriors’ game.
From plant care to decorating tips, supper party centrepieces to creating vertical (yes, vertical!) gardens, this book is the go-to for any plant lover. Filled to the brim with tips, tricks and essential know-hows, including an illustrated directory of the 28 best and easiest-to-care-for houseplants.
“Indoors, a monstera can reach heights of up to 8 feet (2.5 m). Due to its natural growing habit, it will produce aerial roots and can turn into something of a sprawling mess. There are ways you can keep things neat and tidy, though. The easiest is by training angled stems to be more upright by gently tying them to stakes, boards, or poles (see page 29). If your style is more unkempt, go wild—let this sculptural plant spill from corners, hang jauntily from baskets, and captivate you and your guests alike.”
– Excerpted from Decorating with Plants by Baylor Chapman (Artisan Books). Copyright © 2019.
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Inspiration/Image Credits: Excerpted from Decorating with Plants by Baylor Chapman (Artisan Books). Copyright © 2019.