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The middle section details some of the most creative planting projects we've seen, from planting succulents in a photoframe to hanging on the wall to planting in a carved-out pumpkin. It ends with a photograph index of different types of succulents, with facts and care details for each. For greenterior inspiration, Wonder Plants is a short, beautiful collection of plant-filled homes from Antwerp to Tokyo, put together by the graphic designer and blogger Irene Schampaert.

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The last 50 pages contain practical care tips and trouble-shooting, but this book is at its best for visual examples of how to select and arrange plants to bring your room to life. The agony aunt columns littered throughout aid with issues such as safe plants for pets and when to repot. The lovely thing about this book is the way it marries instructional guides with celebrating the craft of plant lovers Nik Southern from How Not To Kill Your Plants makes an appearance on page Isabelle Palmer, writer of the blog The Balcony Gardener, is an expert in bringing greenery to small urban spaces.

Her second book, The House Gardener has the usual practical tips but is best for its creative projects, such as a moss wall and tiny greenhouse terrarium. Best for those who want to get their hands a little muddy. House of Plants , by the team behind air plant experts Ro Co, has a gorgeous photo of every houseplant you can imagine, from Monstera to the Fishbone Cactus, with a care guide for each. The most useful section may well be "The Immortal Companion", which features the ultimate low-maintenance, hardy options.

It also features the usual info on care, potting, watering and feeding, and propogating. It's particularly good if you've ever struggled to keep an orchid alive or want to grow edibles such as chillies and citrus fruits at home.

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Also included are the usual terrariums and hanging plants. A fun, colourful book from the founder of London Terrariums Emma Sibley who also makes an appearance in My Tiny Indoor Garden , this is a sort of photographed index of 60 varieties of cacti and succulents with care information for each. Extra to the usual potting, feeding and positioning tips are information on flowering, things to watch out for for instance, if a plant is poisonous to pets and "did you knows".

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