Living With Plants : A Guide To Indoor Gardening
Houseplants offer the perfect solution to the urban dweller, lacking in space - indoor and outdoor. They are an easy and stylish way to transform the look and feel of your home. In Living With Plants, botanical-stylist and plant expert Sophie Lee shows you simple but inspired ways to green-up your home or workspace. Starting with the basics, learn how to pick the right plant for you and your home (and specifically what room), what levels of sunlight your plant needs and the best space for your plants to thrive. As well as plant-styling inspiration, you will discover how to make your own terrarium, kokedama moss ball and a snazzy macrame plant hanger, as well as innovative ways to dress up your window sill or bookcase. This book also includes a practical guide on plant care, teaching you how to look after your plants correctly: from soil propagation, watering, pruning, cuttings together with useful tips on how you can revive dying plants and clever ways to keep them alive while you are on holiday!Packed with original and fun ideas to bring the beauty of nature into your home Living With Plants will inspire you to get creative with nature and help make your home gorgeously green.
- Hardback | 160 pages
- 190 x 230 x 22.86mm | 720g
- 06 Jun 2017
- Hardie Grant Books (UK)
- London, United Kingdom
- Full colour photography throughout
About Sophie Lee
Sophie Lee is founder of London-based botanical styling company, geo-fleur. As well as styling, geo-fleer specialise in beautiful geometric homewares, including indoor terrariums filled with cacti and succulents, leather, brass and copper hanging planters, ceramic vases, glass air plant hangers, angular wire candle holders and hand-poured soy candles. Sophie has worked with some very exciting clients such as styling plants for the turner prize at the Tate Britain, from working with clients such as Red Bull, Sweaty Betty, ASOS, and Liberty London. She has been featured in Sunday Times, Elle Decoration, Stylist Magazine and The Telegraph.She lives in London, with a house full of plants.