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Indoor Plant Zone – Kids Bedroom

When it comes to indoor plants in the kids bedroom (and other rooms that are sometimes overlooked), choose those that can thrive off neglect. With the right decorative pot and strategic placement, you’ll spruce up the guest room and make an impact with ease. 

·       Chinese Evergreen:

·       Spider Plant:

·       Rubber Tree:

Scotts Osmocote Indoor Potting Mix: Developed to bring out the very best in your indoor plants. This unique mix is formulated without compost or pine bark that are known to shelter pesky fungus gnats, helping to keep your home pest free!Scotts Osmocote Controlled-Release Fertiliser Tablets: The ideal way to feed your indoor plants without stress or mess. One tablet will feed your indoor plants for up to 6 months, releasing nutrients when your plants need them. You’ll notice happier, healthier and stronger growth.

STYLING TIPS

Why not inspire your kids to start gardening at a younger age? Plants can be layered into a children’s room, making them fun and playful. Interesting textures and colours can be added to build up excitement and joy.

PLANTS TO USE IN THE DINING ROOM

  • Begonia – Choose from a vast array of colours to pair with fun planters.
  • Mistletoe cactus (Rhipsalis) – These easy-care plants are perfect for children learning to garden.
  • Rubber plant (Ficus elastica) – The deep tones come in an array of colours and variegation. These can add interest and personality.


STYLING TIP

  • Don’t be shy to use colour.
  • Textural plants and unique planters can turn plants into plant pets.

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