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The Green Room

From plant care tips and videos to wellbeing articles, our blog is full of bitesize information that will help you take care of plants - and of yourself

Care For Your Caladiums at Home
Caladiums are striking plants with large leaves and strong, vibrantly-colored veins. If you need reminding of what they look like, or want to buy y...
Our 5 Best Spring Season Indoor Plant Care Tips
The days are getting longer and warmer, the birds start singing and flowers begin to bud. Our favourite season is just around the corner - Spring! ...
A Beginner's Guide On How To Fertilise Plants
If you’re relatively new to plant cultivation, it might come as a surprise to find out that your botany routine should involve fertilising plants!...
Indoor Plant Care: 9 Common Houseplant Mistakes To Avoid
In recent years, the indoor plant revolution has swept over the nation. It was accelerated hugely over lockdown. Stuck indoors, we took to ways of ...
The Perfect Guide To Gifting Plants This Christmas Season
Here are our perfect Christmas indoor plant gift ideas. No matter who you’re buying for, we have the perfect meaningful, interesting and exotic pre...
Why Are My Plant's Leaves Dropping?
Find the answers to your plant care woes here We rarely go a full day at Bloombox Club without someone asking about leaf loss. 'Is it a cause for c...
Indoor Plants & Light with Mama Botanica
Light is an essential source of energy for plants. Without sunlight, your plant won't survive for long, but too much can cause your plant's leaves ...
Diary of a Plant Hunter
If you’ve ever stopped and wondered where your houseplants come from and how they come to be, there’s no story more satisfying than that of Smit Kw...
Houseplants for Balconies, Terraces and Covered Gardens
A word of caution before you bring you unroot your entire plant collection: most houseplants lap up warmth and light, but will shrivel in direct sun. Similarly, some plants are either too fussy or too delicate to risk moving from the spot they’ve adapted to. While an Areca Palm could get caught in a sudden summer rainstorm and be fine, a Calathea or Orchid might be gone for good. 
Subscriber of the Month - Croton Mammy
Last month's Classic Subscribers received the Croton variegatum 'Mammy', a variegated star with corkscrew foliage. The Crotons you'll normally see ...
A Natural Health Service? Wildlife Conservation as Mental Health Treatment
Mental health programmes with nature at their core are both effective and ‘excellent value for money,’ says independent research carried out by Leeds Beckett and Essex University, in collaboration with the Wildlife Trust.