What Every Plant Lover Needs to Know About Plants and Plant Accessories

What Every Plant Lover Needs to Know About Plants and Plant Accessories

Is your home or garden missing something that will make it come to life? Plants can make that your reality.

Being around plants can prove to be a lot more beneficial than you might think. You can live in a more colorful environment filled with the freshest air. And, you will also be in a much better mood.

Plants can do that and so much more. So, are you ready to learn more about plants and plant accessories?

First, you have to know why exactly you need to add plants to your life. And, if you do, what signs should you be on the lookout for.

Why You Must Add Plants to Your Life

Take a look around. Are you in an office, a garden, or your house?

Well, wherever you are, you will likely notice that something is missing from the environment.

Plants might very well be that missing thing. Here are the signs that you need to look out for getting a plant:

How Your Indoors Look Like

If you are indoors, you are likely noticing something about the place. Your indoors might be looking gloomy and absent of life. And, you can't quite put your finger on why that is.

Something is missing. But what? Well, that something can very well be the absence of a plant.

Indoor gardening

Having one or a couple of plants in your home or office can be very beneficial to you.

Indoor gardening relieves stress and boosts your productivity. Plants might actually be that missing ingredient you are looking for.

But, can the same thing be said about your outdoors? Let's take a look:

How Your Outdoors Look Like

The exterior of your home, office or even your outdoor garden might also be missing something.

But, what could you add to a vast garden of nothingness? Well, plants would sure help in filling that nothingness.

Outdoor plants can turn your empty exterior into a colorful and beautiful garden. That can improve both the look and the vibe of your outdoor environment. 

The Benefits of Owning a Plant

And, taking care of your plants will also feel a lot more rewarding. Why?

Because your garden will improve the way that the exterior of your house looks. Knowing that will motivate you to take good care of all your plants.

Plants can bring light and fresh air to your home, office, and garden. They can breathe life in a place that is in desperate need of it.

And, there's more. These aren't the only benefits that you will get to experience from owning one or several plants.

Here are the many benefits that you will get to experience from owning a plant:

The Benefits of Owning a Plant

So, as you've probably gathered by now, owning a plant can have many benefits in regards to how both your indoors and outdoors look like.

But, are those the only benefits that you will get to experience? Nope, there's more.

Plants are not there just so they can make your house, office, or any other type of environment look good. There are actually a lot more ways that you can benefit from owning a plant. These benefits are:

Plants Are Mood-Boosters

Plants being mood-boosters is something that we also touched on earlier. But why?

What plants do is essentially the exact opposite of what we do when we breathe. By releasing oxygen and absorbing carbon dioxide, plants not only freshen up the air but also help get rid of any sort of harmful toxins.

And, by doing that, plants will also help you in being more productive.

Plants Are Mood-Boosters

Plants Can Reduce Fatigue and the Effects of a Cold

Dealing with fatigue can be a lot easier thanks to plants. This is especially true for anyone who works in a stressful and demanding environment.

Plants can take the pressure off of those types of working conditions.

What can pass as a stressful and demanding work environment? Here are some elements that fit that description:

  • Noise
  • Poor ventilation
  • Uncomfortable temperatures
  • Lack of stimulation

All of these problems won't fully be erased. However, they can be reduced by people bringing in some green to brighten up the place.

And, plants can even reduce the effects of a cold. Therapeutic plants are the best way to do that.

Plants Can Reduce Fatigue and the Effects of a Cold

Growing therapeutic plants can not only provide the sense of fulfillment and joy that comes from regular gardening, but their harvest can also actually keep you and your loved ones healthier.

If you are an easy target for whatever strain of flu or collection of germs is lurking about, then therapeutic plants might just be the perfect solution for you.

And, since plants can help in improving your mood, getting through the flu won't have to be as stressful as it would have been if you didn't own any plants.

You will get better in no time thanks to the fresh air. That is another reason why owning plants can be beneficial.

Plants Can Help Clean the Air

Indoor health is a priority. With plants, you can make it so.

We all know that plants convert the carbon dioxide we exhale into fresh oxygen. They are effective natural air purifiers. And, the bigger leaves they have, the better.

Plants can clean up the air. But, that doesn't mean that one single plant will change the air in your entire house. You would have to build a pretty big indoor garden to do that.

But, that's not to say that one plant won't make a difference. The effects of it might not be as big as they would've been if you turned your indoor house into a small forest. But then again, doing that wouldn't really benefit you or your house overall, right?

So yes, having a plant does have a ton of benefits. You will be in a better mood, be healthier, and breathe fresh air.

You will also be more productive when you're at work, as well as during your own time.

Now that you're informed of all the benefits that plants offer, are you ready to pick a plant of your own?

What sort of plant do you think would be the best fit for you? Let us help you determine that.

What Kind of Plant Should You Buy?

Picking the right plant to buy can be pretty tricky. Here's what you need to consider:

  • How expensive a plant can be
  • Is the plant in good condition
  • How diverse is the plant marketplace that you're shopping in

Well, luckily for us all, TUILLY offers the chance to choose between a variety of plants. Among our most popular options, you will find plants like:

  • Cactus
  • Monstera
  • Orchid
  • Succulent
  • Snake Plant

Why are these plants in particular so popular? To answer that, we need to first take a look at each of them.

Let's start with the cactus.


We all know that cacti are unique plants, but what exactly makes them so special?

Well for one, some cacti can live for hundreds of years. That's not very common in most plants.

And, thanks to their bizarre growth patterns, unique shapes, and unmatched resistance to harsh conditions, it's no wonder why cacti have become such a popular plant.

At TUILLY, the sellers of cacti make sure that you will get a healthy and unique cactus. One that will make you happy each time you take a look at it.


Ah, the monstera plant. The plant that every indoor house is crazy for.

With a vibrant green color and unique leaves, monstera brings a new look to every plant lovers' world.

On top of it all, Monstera is also easy to take care of and becomes more unique and pretty the older it gets.

So stop wasting time and get your very own monstera plant from TUILLY. We got you covered.


Orchids are another plant that a lot of people love. And, to be fair, it's not surprising why that is.

Orchids are beautiful, calming, don't require a lot of care, and rebloom each season. They are also great gifts and perfect for decorating.

You will love their vibrant petals from the first moment you look at them. At TUILLY, you will find orchids that are both beautiful, as well as unique.


Succulents are popular for a lot of different reasons. They are not only charming but also really convenient home decorations.

Succulents are only growing in popularity. They come in different shapes, sizes, and also colors.


Why wouldn't people want a plant that is decorative, easy to maintain, and beautiful to look at?

Succulents are also really affordable, especially when you're buying through TUILLY. Get ready to turn the look of your home around.

Snake Plant

Snake plants appear strong and confident. And, we don't mean that in a metaphorical sense. Their leaves are literally strong and sturdy.

This turns the snake plant into a great decorative piece. You won't need to deal with any hanging leaves this time.

snake plant

Another plus is that the snake plant is not only visually appealing but also useful. By removing toxic pollutants, the snake plant makes even more evident why it's so popular.

These aren't the only plants that you will find through TUILLY. Through our marketplace, buyers will encounter a large variety of plants. Here are just a few of them:

  • Philodendron
  • Philodendron
  • Bonsai Tree  
  • Calathea
  • Thyme
  • Money Tree
  • Peace Lily
  • Spider Plant

These plants can keep you healthier by filtrating the air. And, they're also visually appealing. You can have the best of both worlds by being healthy on one side and having a good-looking home on the other.

Alright, now that you know all about the type of plants that TUILLY offers, are you ready to choose a plant of your own.

We'll walk you through the process. By the end of it, you'll have no problem deciding which plant is the best fit for you.


How to Choose the Right Plant For You?

Now you know the types of plants that you can pick from, are you ready to choose a plant that best fits you?

One of the best (if not the best) ways to choose a plant is to pick one that matches your personality.

What's your personality like? Are you an introvert, or an extrovert? Are you messy, or organized?

Your personality plays a vital role in choosing a plant for your home. Remember that just like personalities, plants too come in many different types.

That means that there is at least one plant for everyone. So you are bound to find a plant that will either immediately or eventually click with the type of person you are.

Alright, let's get down to business. There are a lot of personality types. However, most of them boil down to extroverted and introverted personalities.

Let's take a look at which plant fits each personality:

Plants for Extroverts

Extroverts love to be in many different types of dynamic surroundings. Many introverts love adventure. They seek new experiences and develop many new interests.

Snake plants are great for extroverts. As we mentioned above, they give a sense of confidence. And, they're really strong, in many senses of the word.

This plant is easier to fit into many different places and environments.

However, one thing that makes the snake plant a little different from extroverts is the fact that it doesn't require a lot of sunlight to grow.

Extroverts are known to prefer the outdoors over indoor environments. They love to go out and have a new adventure every day.

The snake plant does fit the adventure part. But, not as much as some extroverts would prefer it to.

But, do you know what other plants are perfect for the job? The Fiddle Leaf Fig and Pilea.

Extroverts who love these two plants tend to be drawn towards things like:

  • Being out when it's a sunny day
  • Trying out new things
  • Being around a lot of people

Devil's ivy and the money plant are also great examples of plants that are the perfect fit for extroverts. These plants are for ambitious, cunning, and energetic people.

But, what about introverts? What sort of plants best fit their personality?

Plants for Introverts

Introverts are the most comfortable when they are focusing on their inner thoughts and ideas. An introvert doesn't wish to deal with what's happening externally. But, that doesn't mean that introverts prefer being alone.

Most introverts enjoy spending time with one or two people. They don't like to be in a huge group gathering or part of a crowd.

Cacti are a good example of plants that many introverts would like. Taking good care of this plant is not an issue. All you need to do is give it enough light, water it every few weeks and use the right soil.

A cactus can practically take care of itself. That's one of the reasons why it's so favored amongst introverts.

Some people would say that cacti are plants that only extroverts prefer. And, that way of thinking is likely due to the same fact that we mentioned above. Cacti can practically take care of themselves.

Although that's a solid point, it's the other way around. Introverts love cacti for that reason. They love that they won't have to spend a ton of time taking care of a cactus.

Other plants that are the perfect fit for introverts include:

  • Peace Lily
  • Peony
  • Bonsai Tree

People who love these plants tend to be very shy, seek tranquility and quiet instead of disarray and giant adventures.

They love to be around their family and their small group of friends and are not comfortable being part of a giant crowd (as mentioned earlier).

You can pick whichever plant fits your personality. And, you now know which plants those are. So, what's next?

Well, buying a plant is only the beginning. Now, the fun begins.

You will have to take care of your plant. Before you do, remember that a plant is as much of a sentient being as any other.

It may not have a brain or feelings. But, that doesn't mean that it will survive on its own. It needs you to take care of it.

So, let us walk you through the basics. Here's how you can take good care of your plant:

How Can You Take Care of Your Plant?

So, you've picked the plant that best suits you. Did you pick based on how your extroverted or introverted side felt?

Well, whichever plant you decide on, the next step is similar for most of them. You have to take good care of your new plant.

But, don't worry. Taking care of a plant is nowhere near as hard as taking care of a pet or even a child.

You won't have to take your plant out for walks or help it find the best college. All you have to do is:

Water it

Watering a plant is a no-brainer. Most people are aware that if a plant is never once watered, it cannot survive.

But, how many times per day or week should you water a plant? Well, that depends.

Most plants need to be watered at least 2-3 times a week. But, there are plenty of exceptions.

For example, you shouldn't water a cactus plant a few times a week. That wouldn't benefit it at all. It might even harm it.

This is actually a common misconception that a lot of people have. They think that because quite a few plants need to be watered 2-3 a week, that means that it's the same thing for all of them.

But, that couldn't be any further from the truth. Some plants only need watering once a month. While others, like parlor palms like their soil as dry as possible.

Don't water your plant too much or too little. Imagine if you were at the bottom of the ocean and couldn't gasp for air. Or, if you were in the middle of the desert and in desperate need of some water.

The same thing applies to plants. Just as you need the right amount of water, so do they.

So, how do you water a plant? Well, what you need to do first is check the soil moisture and see if the plant needs watering or not.

If your plant does need watering, then pouring the water at the base instead of the leaves is what's going to do it. It will stimulate growth.

You should also check the water's temperature. You don't want it to be scorching hot or freezing cold.

Adding fertilizers

Generally speaking, fertilizers are mostly added to crops. This is done so enough food can be produced.

Fertilizers provide crops with a lot of nutrients, one of which is nitrogen. Nitrogen is essential in the growth of every growing plant, as well as other Earth organisms. After all, Nitrogen does makeup about 78% of the air we breathe.

So, how can nitrogen be helpful to plants? Well, plants need to grow. And, to do that, they need nitrogen compounds from the soil. Fertilizers are the best way to achieve that.

Adding fertilizers will lead to your plant growing healthy and beautiful. But, be careful not to add too much.

Just like water and sunlight, too much will not lead to a plant growing faster. It will lead to the plant dying. And, that is not something you ever want happening.

Prune it regularly

When most people hear of trimming plants, they immediately object. They will say that we shouldn't disturb a plant's natural appearance.

However, one thing that they don't consider is that pruning keeps most plants healthy. Think of pruning like getting a haircut.

If you leave your hair to grow out, that will eventually lead to your hair having splinters. But, if you get a haircut every now and then, your hair will get to grow stronger and look better in the process.

The same thing can be said about plants. Pruning will lead to them growing stronger and more beautiful.

As for figuring out when to prune your plants, that can sometimes be confusing. However, you can always ask your buyer when it would be the right time to do that.

And rest assured that pruning at the wrong time is rarely fatal. So don't worry about causing some serious harm to your plants on accident.

Make sure there is some sunlight or artificial light in the room

Another thing that you need to do is make sure that your plant is exposed to some sunlight. If the light can't be natural, then you can just settle for artificial light.

Something like artificial light might actually be something that turns a lot of plant lovers off. And, that makes sense. Generally speaking, natural light is favored a lot more than artificial light.

That's because artificial light cannot replicate the specific light colors that are so beneficial for plants.

But, that's not to say that artificial light is not at all beneficial. It is good to a certain extent, albeit not as much as natural light.

Fun fact: artificial light is a great substitute for natural light during wintertime. That's when natural light is, most of the time, unavailable.

And, as for which forms you light you decide to go with, keep in mind that you have to least pick one that is best suited for your plant.

Also, you have to keep in mind that you shouldn't overdo it. Just like with watering, you don't want to give a plant too much sunlight or too little. That could lead to it dying.

However, this also depends on the kind of plant you have. If you have a cactus, then too much sunlight is not going to be too much of an issue.

But, if you were to leave a Dracaena plant out in the sun for a long time, then you would have a bigger problem in your hands.

There are a lot of different types of plants. Some need a lot of sunlight. Some others hate the idea of sunlight. You have to know the kind of plant that best fits your living environment. That is the first step of taking good care of your plants.

Choosing between artificial and sunlight aren't the only things you need to decide on. At TUILLY, you get to pick between several plant options.

These options include:

  • Indoor plants
  • Outdoor plants
  • Faux plants

How can you decide which plant is right for you? Here, we'll explain:

The Differences Between Indoor, Outdoor, and Faux Plants

Indoor plants differ a lot from outdoor plants. And, they both have their fair share of differences with faux plats.

But, to truly understand these differences, we have to speak about each of these types separately.

Let's start with indoor plants.

Indoor Plants

So, what exactly is that something that makes indoor plants different from and faux plants? Well, several factors contribute to that.

But, the main difference is the fact that indoor plants require less space. Outdoor plants require a lot of space to grow big and strong. But, the same thing cannot be said about indoor plants.

Lighting is also a factor. Most indoor plants don't require a lot of lighting.

However, what they do require is watering. You can't forget to water your indoor plants, or else they'll wither.

Monstera, the Peace Lily, and Aglaonema Red Suksom are just a few of the indoor plants that you can find at TUILLY.

But, how do outdoor plants fair against these indoor plants? Let's take a look:

Outdoor Plants

As we mentioned above, outdoor plants require a lot of space to grow. They can fully grow to mature size, unlike indoor plants.

The climate is also something that differentiates outdoor plants from both indoor and faux ones. Outdoor plants can withstand climate changes and love the open air.

Indoor plants are very different in that aspect, as they prefer the climate to be more easily manipulated.

Outdoor plants also require a lot of light as well. They can get that through the sun. But, that might prove a bit of an issue during the wintertime.

However, one thing that can lessen the effects of that problem is watering. Yes, you will need to water your outdoor plants, the same as you do your indoor ones.

However, you will only need to do that during sunny days. If it's raining, then nature is basically doing the job for you.

Hosta Bare-Root Plants and Gardenia are just a couple of the outdoor plants that you will find at TUILLY.

But, what about faux plants? Are they any different from indoor and outdoor plants?

Faux Plants

The main difference between faux and outdoor/indoor plants is the fact that faux plants aren't natural.

Some people believe that faux plants go against the entire idea of plants in the first place.

Why would you want a plant that won't grow, change and improve the air quality?

Well, people buy them because they are amazing decorations. Faux plants aren't limited by how a natural plant looks.

Their appearance doesn't have to look natural. They can look weird and in a way that a natural plant would never grow.

They also don't need to be carefully pruned to grow more beautiful. They will already be like that.

You also wouldn't have to worry about sunlight or watering. Faux plants never wither. They will grow old and need to be replaced eventually. But, you wouldn't have to spend time taking care of them for the time being.

However, to some people, having faux plants deprives them of the joy they get from raising natural plants.

So, in the end, settling on faux or natural plants really depends on the person getting the plant.

Some people like indoor plants. And, others prefer outdoor plants. Then, there are also the people who prefer their indoor and/or outdoor plants to be artificial instead of real.

However, their love for plants is not the only thing that brings them all together. Where they get to buy their plants also unites them.

And, plant-related marketplaces are how that happens. Here's why:


Where is the Best Place to Buy a Plant?

So, you really want to buy a plant but are not sure how you can go about getting one. Don't worry, we're here to help.

Marketplaces are the best and most convenient way to get a plant. They offer a lot of advantages.

But, in a vast sea of marketplaces, you want to buy your plant in a place that is both easy to use and reliable.

Well, luckily for you, TUILLY is just that. Thanks to TUILLY, both buyers and sellers will feel like they are right at home.

That's exactly what TUILLY offers. The perfect home for all plant lovers. Here are all the benefits that you will get to experience with us:

Business Benefits

Both suppliers and buyers will get the chance to build new trading partnerships. This will either happen within their supply chain or across supply chains.

Thanks to TUILLY, businesses will also have the chance to be transparent in the purchasing process.

Why? Because stock levels, along with availability and prices, will all be accessible in an open environment.

Buyer Benefits

Buyers will also get to benefit from this type of marketplace. They will constantly be informed on both price and availability. That will make it a lot easier to secure the best deal.

TUILLY is a great marketplace that allows buyers to compare prices and products from someone. They will no longer have to spend time contacting each supplier.

Plus, before buyers had to walk to the nearest plant store. But, not anymore. Buyers will also be able to order plants from the comfort of their own homes

TUILLY will also give buyers and sellers the chance to establish trust, which will only benefit them both going forward.

Seller Benefits

p>So, how will sellers benefit? Well, by having some new, and some regular customers as well, sellers will get to gain a profit from selling on TUILLY.

Our website is incredibly easy to go through. And with sellers offering only the finest plants, what could go wrong?

TUILLY also gives people the opportunity to sell plants that would otherwise be at a higher price.

Another benefit that both sellers and buyers will get to experience is through plant accessories.

That's right! TUILLY offers the chance to buy and/or sell plant accessories if that's what you choose.

But, why do you even need plant accessories in the first place?

Why You Need Plant Accessories

Every plant lover knows how amazing plant accessories are. It doesn't matter if you just got a plant, or you've had one for years. Decorating it with some accessories will always be fun.

And, using other accessories that can help you take care of your plants is also pretty amazing.

However, finding the right plant accessories can be quite a task. There are a ton of different and interesting items that will grab your attention. So, how can you decide which plant accessories you both like and need?

All you have to do is take a look at the plants you are raising. It's no secret that although plants are fun and great to be around, they will still need taking care of.

Accessories can do that depending on the type of problem your plant has. First things first, don't just buy any type of plant. Buy one that will be the best fit for your house.

That way, you will avoid any sort of annoying problems from occurring.

When taking care of a plant, there are two things that you have to keep in mind:

  1. The climate
  2. The environment

Climate and environment are also important factors, as we mentioned above. They will determine your plant's growth and life cycle.

But, what kind of accessories do you need to check out before settling on the plant of your dreams?

Well, there are two main kinds of accessories: necessary and decorative.

Let's first take a look at the necessary accessories:

Necessary Accessories

Necessary accessories include:

  • Watering Cans & Misters
  • Pots & Planters
  • Plant Stands

Watering cans and mixers can show the world how serious you are about the upkeep of your houseplants. And, they will also enhance your home's overall aesthetic.

Pots and planters are also incredibly important.

Not only do they allow you to control the soil your plants grow in, but they can also help you create a structure and a sense that everything is more organized.

And finally, plant stands. Although many believe that plant stands are unnecessary and very inconsequential, they are actually pretty useful.

They can get the plant off the floor and onto an elevated surface of its own. This will especially help with plants that have low-hanging leaves or vines. And, your plant will also look great, as well as more aesthetically pleasing.

These accessories can be available in many different shapes and sizes. And, they are all necessary. Without them, your plant would never get the chance to survive.

However, the same cannot be said for decorative accessories. Here's why:

Decorative Accessories

Decorative accessories may not be as incredibly necessary as the ones we mentioned above. But, that also means that they come in a lot more variety.

You can add a ton of different accessories to your plants without worrying about them helping your plant grow. They will simply play the role of decorations.

These decorations can be:

  • Plant animal decorations
  • Hangers
  • Plant pot buddies

Plant Animals will help you create your very own miniature forest. There are so many ways you can play with this concept, such as:

  • Stand them in your plant pot
  • Place them among the leaves
  • Place them around your plant

The possibilities are endless.

Hangers will also be a great addition to your plants. They are modern and add a perfect texture to the room.

If placed correctly, hangers can become a perfect representation of your plant life. They will make your plants pop and be eye-catching.

Plant pot buddies are little pot decorations that will add a magical touch to your houseplants! You can place them inside the pot. They can be either right beside the plant or on the far reaches of the pot.

Plant Buddies can turn a normal-looking plant into a magical mini garden. Just be careful not to overdo it. One plant buddy per pot will be more than enough.

These are just a few of the decorations that you will encounter. There are a lot of ways that you can get creative with decorative accessories. That's why they're so fun.

But, you do need to wonder which plant accessory best suits your plant. You have to consider the pot, whether or not the accessory is preventing the watering.

That said, there are still some very common misconceptions and myths about plants that plant owners should avoid.

Let's talk more about that:

Common Myths Plant Owners Should Avoid

Bigger Pots Lead to Bigger Plants

Light, adequate water and temperature, and more fertilizer can speed up the plant growing process a bit, but it's mostly driven by genetics.

Yes, a bigger pot does have more soil and therefore more room for root growth. However. plants only grow the roots they need to support part of the plant that is above ground.

Distilled Water Won't Harm a Plant, But Tap Water Will

Distilled water is not made out of any minerals. This type of water won't help most of your plants, it will harm them.

But, that's not the case for tap water. Although some plants can indeed survive distilled water, most of them should be watered by either rain or tap water.

You Should Only Use Water That's Been Out Overnight

Why does this myth exist? It's because some people think that letting water out overnight will allow it to de-gas oxygen or cause the chlorine to dissipate.

You can let water sit for a few minutes to warm up. But letting it sit overnight will not make a difference.

Wilting Leaves Means That They Need Water

There are two reasons why leaves wilt:

  • Not enough water
  • Too much water

Yes, sometimes wilting leaves need watering. But most people fail to realize that sometimes the cause of that is too much watering.

Water your plant the right amount, and you'll be happy.

Questions You Might Have

Do Yellow Leaves Indicate a Dying Plant?

Yes, yellow leaves can mean your plant is dying. But, that's not their only meaning. It can also mean that your plant is doing well.

Plant leaves will eventually die, no matter what you do. Once a plant does what is meant to do, it will remove most of the nutrients and sugars from the leaf. That way, they can be used in other parts of the plant.

This process is normal for all plants. It doesn't mean that the entire plant is dying. It just means that that one leaf is ready to go.

Do Plants Add Oxygen to the Air in Your Home?

Yes, they do. But, one single plant will hardly make a difference.

We're not saying that you should turn your indoor home into a jungle. But, don't go expecting too much out of a single plant.

Do Plants Only Need Water, Light, and Air to Grow?

Yes, plants do need water light, and air to grow. Without any basic nutrients, they would fail to do that.

These nutrients can come from:

  • Organic fertilizer
  • Manure
  • Water
  • From the soil

Should I Repot in Winter?

Winter might very well be the best time to repot.

Temperatures are very low during wintertime. Light levels are also a lot lower.

During this time, many plants start to grow slower. Some of them might even become dormant.

That's why you should repot during winter. It is more unlikely that you will damage plants that are growing slower.

Adding Green to Your Life

Well, now you know everything there is about plants and plant accessories. What's next?

Why, picking your plant, that's what. The fun is just getting started. There's an array of options for you to choose from.

Are you more of an indoor plants person, or do you prefer the outdoors? Or, would you rather go for a more artificial approach?

No matter what you say, we can tell you that your answer is at TUILLY. So, let's get going and add some green into your life!

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