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New season, new look with fresh indoor plant pots for spring

This season we're adding fresh flair to our indoor gardening range, with the launch of stylish new ideas for houseplants. Taking our cue from the latest on-trend colours and themes in interior design, our new indoor pots and indoor watering cans are perfect for giving any room in your home a new look for spring.
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New season, new look with fresh indoor plant pots for spring
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New season, new look with fresh indoor plant pots for spring

This spring we're adding fresh flair to our indoor gardening range, with the launch of stylish new ideas for houseplants. Taking our cue from the latest on-trend colours and themes in interior design, our new indoor pots and indoor watering cans are perfect for giving any room in your home a new look for spring.

 

Top of the pots
Two new indoor pot designs combine to give six new choices across a range of colours, patterns and sizes. Picking up on the ongoing themes of bringing the outdoors into the home and for all things natural, the Provence pot features a design of grasses and flowers in a loose, sketchy style. A go-anywhere soft grey crackle glaze pools in the design, building depth of colour to highlight the delicate silhouettes. The Provence pot is available in two sizes (RRP £14.99/£19.99) to fit the sizes of houseplant commonly sold in garden centres, so you won’t even need to re-pot your beautiful new plant.

In contrast, the Bilbao indoor pot is strikingly contemporary, picking up on the trend for bold geometrics. This unusual footed pot features a mesmerising repeat design in strong diagonals, carved out in white from the glazed background. Reflecting the hottest trends in interiors, Bilbao offers two colour options, the subtly cool palest green of Pale Jade, and Heritage Blue, a soft mid-blue with a touch of neutral grey. The Bilbao pot’s contrasts in colour and texture are especially striking in the blue option, while remaining pleasingly understated in the pale jade option. Again, both colour options are available in a choice of two sizes (RRP £9.99/£14.99).

 

Making a splash
Complementing the new colour options in the Bilbao pots, the Pale Jade and Heritage Blue shades are also available as two new colour choices in our much-loved indoor watering can.

Just 12cm high, holding 0.7 litre and with a fine spout for a very targeted pour, these sophisticated little watering cans are ideal for all houseplants, especially those very-much-in-demand mini plants and of course the adored succulents. The FSC®-certified beech wood handle adds an on-trend touch of natural material and gives the can a striking ‘designer’ look. Created to retail at an RRP of £18.99, the new watering cans combine design flair with functionality, and deserve a place on the shelf of every houseplant fan.

 

Combine these new designs with our new indoor plant mister, and there's a whole new wardrobe for your houseplants this spring!


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