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Mister Right: introducing our new houseplant misters

If you’re a bit of a houseplant aficionado, you’ll love our latest idea for taking care of your cherished plants. We’re adding an essential watering accessory to our indoor gardening ranges: a beautiful plant mister, in a choice of three colours.
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Mister Right: introducing our new houseplant misters
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Mister Right: introducing our new houseplant misters

If you’re a bit of a houseplant aficionado, you’ll love our latest idea for taking care of your cherished plants. We’re adding an essential watering accessory to our indoor gardening ranges: a beautiful plant mister, in a choice of three colours.

A mister is an essential item of equipment for any houseplant fan, giving tropical houseplants, orchids and terrariums the gentle humidity they crave, without soaking the compost. They’re perfect for plants which are native to a damp habitat, like Boston fern, philodendron, pilea and umbrella plant. These plants love the warmth indoors, but the dry atmosphere of a centrally-heated home is not their friend, so misting will keep them happy and healthy.

We confess, we’re a little bit in love with our new misters. We like to think our hallmark is affordable quality, and we’re confident that that’s just what these new misters deliver.

Crucially, they feature a pump with metal moving parts, for sturdiness and long life. This is where some other misters rely on plastic, which of course is subject to wear and deterioration. Our pump delivers a beautifully uniform, super-fine spray to softly hydrate your precious plants – with no irritating drips or splatters!

Our misters are also securely sealed at the top where the pump joins the bottle, so if the mister does get accidentally dropped or knocked over, it stays safely closed and leak-free. The robust stainless steel bottle holds 300ml, so you won’t need to be constantly refiling it.

The misters are available in three colour options: classic mirror-polished stainless steel finish, or featuring a tough powder coating in either neutral Stone or Charcoal grey. We think the no-fuss design and powder coated colours add a bit of a contemporary edge to this timeless watering accessory. Even better, the Stone and Charcoal options match our adorable wooden-handled indoor watering can - view the Stone can here and the Charcoal can here, Together they make a set smart enough to grace any ‘shelfie’!

Designed to retail at £24.99 each, you’ll find these new misters becoming available in garden centres and gift shops, and they’re also here on our website.

We hope you love them as much as we do!

 

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