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Explore - Gardening
Giving delicate plants the Edward Scissorhands treatment with your safety shears simply won’t work. Prune limp leaves, snip wilted blooms, and keep plants prim with this hardy iron ikebana...
Originally intended as sake cups, these button-size and budget-priced cubes are ideal containers for smaller succulents and epiphytes (that’s botanist-speak for “air plant”).
Go ahead and leave this stainless-steel watering can out in the rain. You won’t have to fuss about rust. It also comes in three different sizes.
Why settle for a garden-variety green hose in your yard, when Dramm makes iterations of them in a spectrum of colors, from fire-engine red to vibrant plum to lemony yellow?
The novelty of a terrarium never ceases to amaze—scaled-down ecosystems contained within glass! These Aeriums of lichens, moss, and tillandsias are a fresh take on the beloved garden...
Oh, how we swooned over the bright-orange paint on this attractive trowel! It comes in two sizes, narrow and wide, and has a handy built-in eyelet for easy hanging in your tool shed.
Terra-cotta planters are ubiquitous, but these pots (available in white or natural clay) by Brooklyn-based designer Megumi Yoshida update the typology with a mod geometric bent. Only downside: The...
Modern housewares manufacturer Alessi teamed up with Finnish designer Eero Aarnio to create the Diva, a curvaceous green, black, or white watering can that looks as good as it is handy.
I deem having fresh basil on hand a necessity. Presented in a sustainable bamboo pot, this is one green gift that keeps on giving.
Thin legs, thick foliage, and an entirely Swedish take on the indoor planter: Stick a cover on top and this prime place for greens becomes a sweet spot for rear ends.
Gravity gets this can flowing—hold the silicone tube down to water and up to stop—and magnets conveniently hold the hose in place for storage.
Blazing sun is splendid until you’re sweating bullets and turning red. Let this polyester Paddo shield you from the raging rays.
Transform all earthbound flora into veritable air plants with these powder-coated, spun-aluminum, pill-shaped planters. They screw directly into any vertical surface or hang from above.
If you don't have much floor or table space for plants, these colorful cubes would allow you to introduce some easy (and low maintenance) greens into your home; The powder-coated steel pots project...
Poinsettias are too on-point for a holiday shindig. These ornamental air plants will last forever with a bit of misting.
Gardening seems to be the rare activity that almost any kid will slow down to take part in, perhaps because the waiting – with all of the mysterious goings-on underground – can be every...
We live in an urban, mixed-use neighborhood, and what we don’t have in the way of a yard we more than make up for with our super-huge deck. While a walk to the park is almost always nice,...
So, it's not exactly green season, but that shouldn't stop you from letting a few house plants breathe some fresh air into your place and liven up your interiors. Pad Outdoor has recently...
Though the Toronto-based Chive has been around for a few years, we weren't aware of the flower-focused company until recently, when a few of their products were sent to the office. Well, wowzers....
If you aren't familiar with Woolly Pocket's vertical planters, check their site for a nifty way to grow greens along the walls. These soft Islands are made from the same 100%-industrially-felted...