30 March to 3 April 2022
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Indoor Plant Zone – Dining

The dining room is a space for family and friends to gather, so choose indoor plants that spark conversation and display them artfully in key areas – and you can’t miss a table centerpiece! Orchids are a timeless classic and come in all sorts of colours, shapes and sizes. Indoor water plants make for a stunning centerpiece. In fact, most indoor plants can be propagated and grown in water, all they need is regular water change and a feed with Scotts Osmocote Pump+Feed. 

·       Orchid:

·       Begonia:

·       Indoor Water Plant:

Scotts Osmocote Orchid Pour+Feed: Spoil your orchids with Osmocote Pour+Feed for Orchids! It’s ready to use with an easy pour measuring cap which means no mixing, no mess and no fuss. This ready to use liquid fertiliser is formulated to give orchids the right nutrients they need for more beautiful blooms.

Scotts Osmocote Pump+Feed: A clear and odourless fertiliser, specially formulated to give your indoor water plants the nutrients they need for healthy prolonged growth.

STYLING TIPS

As we gather and share, the dining room fosters the intimate moments between guests over a meal. The dining table provides the perfect surface for feature plants.  A collection of interesting shapes and textures that can be discussed over a hearty meal.

PLANTS TO USE IN THE DINING ROOM

  • Peacock plant (Calathea) – With its upright growth and interesting foliage, Peacock plants can add height without needing a huge footprint.
  • Kalanchoe – Perfect for spaces with bright light, Kalanchoe add strong sculptural form.


STYLING TIP

  • Odd numbers are easier on the eye.
  • Style with smaller planters so that you can still talk to your guest over the table.
  • Add sculptural planters to add more atmosphere.

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