If you’re a plant parent, you know that your green friends deserve the best care to thrive. But with so many factors to consider – from soil type to watering schedule – it’s easy to feel overwhelmed. That’s where Amazon comes in! We’ve scoured the site and found 22 amazing plant accessories that will help your houseplants thrive and flourish. Say goodbye to droopy leaves and hello to happy, healthy plants with these must-have finds.
Whether you’re a seasoned plant pro or a beginner, there’s something for everyone on our list. From self-watering planters to grow lights, these products will make caring for your plants a breeze. And the best part? You don’t have to break the bank to give your plants the love they deserve! With affordable options starting at just a few dollars, you can transform your space into a lush indoor garden without emptying your wallet.
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With that said, I have enough of my mom in me to not only figure it out but also find some hacks in the form of the products below for indoor plant care. From food and insecticides to planters and pots, your green thumb — and plants — will thank you. My favorite gadget from the list below? That beautiful (and unique!) mister right at the top. Your plants deserve better … and now they’ll have it!
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How many different uses could there be for this adorable brass plant mister because I’m fixin’ to use it on everything. Give your plants — especially the tropical ones — a spritz every now and then with this watering device, which is also an interesting addition to your home decor. Also available in copper, these misters will develop a patina over time that only adds to their elegance.
Your Piece Of Paradise
You don’t have to travel all the way to South Africa to enjoy this plant, known as the Bird of Paradise; you can order one right from Amazon for delivery to your front door in just days. These plants are a vibrant green with flowers that resemble a bird’s head. There are two sizes to choose from as well as two colors, but orange is the only right choice here.
A-Tisket, A-Tasket, A Plant In A Basket
I love plants in unusual planters — it just seems to add a little something “extra.” This woven jute rope basket seems like it’s meant for towels or blankets (and it could be, just not at the same time) but it’s delightful with a plant tucked inside of it. This option comes in three color combinations and three sizes to handle your plants, large and small.
Ah, pruning. I think I already mentioned I
might definitely have an issue with it. These pruning shears are perfect for cutting flowers to make bouquets, picking fruit, trimming plants or grooming bonsai trees. A spring indoor plant care must-have. The set includes a bypass pruner and straight-blade scissors and, um, when you figure out what to do with each, will you please tell me?
Driven Up A Pole
Do you favor climbing plants? I used to have beautiful clematis that climbed pretty much everywhere. This moss pole is exactly the direction your climbing plants need — literally. Made of 100 percent forest moss, the moisture content alone is worth grabbing since it will stimulate your plants to take root quickly. This works wonders for small and medium plants.
Fit As A Fiddle Leaf
Yes! This one says “easy care” right in the description and that is 100 percent for me. This fiddle leaf fig plant has the shiniest violin-shaped leaves and will brighten up any space lucky enough to have one. Fiddle leaf figs are low-maintenance house plants that only need water when the top inch of soil is dry, and they love bright, indirect sunlight.
A Plant’s Own Water Meter
Maybe this plant soil moisture meter is exactly what I’ve been missing in my plant-loving life. Great for both indoor and outdoor plants, this gadget has easy-to-read numbers to tell you whether your plant is under — or over — watered. It’s also portable and lightweight so you can move it around to satisfy your gardening needs.
Stake A Claim
You’re doing a lot for your plants and they’re totally worth it. Don’t let some flying critters sabotage your hard work while they look for a meal. These sticky stakes stop flying insects in their tracks – literally – and are a spring indoor plant care essential item. The discreet design means you can place these in the dirt beside your plants and they’ll be concealed by all the leafy green foliage. Once is strip is full, just throw is away.
Yes, You Can
Can you tell I love watering cans? I like watering devices with personality, from brass misters to this metal watering can that works for big and small plants alike. This has a very vintage feel to it with an extra-long gooseneck spout and a galvanized steel body that’s resistant to rust, corrosion and damage. Whether you’re caring for succulents or tropicals, this can can do it.
In The Mix
What do you get when you combine coconut husks, chips, coco coir and coarse perlite? Something pretty strange, I mean, great, in the form of this soilless potting mix. This fertilizer is pre-soaked with bio-organic plant food with quality strains of beneficial bacteria and fungi that strengthen plants at the cellular level. Use it through all stages of plant life to boost growth, rapidly grow roots and eliminate traditional soil issues.
Around The Globe
I absolutely adore these garden watering globes, more for how they look than what they do but they’re equally as good at that, too. These globes water when you forget by administering a steady dose of water that’s absorbed as the soil dries out, which is a must-have for indoor plant care since the rain – hopefully – won’t be indoors. Fill it to 80 percent capacity and then adjust the insert angle to adjust how quickly the globe empties.
Hold Your Peace Lily
The world needs more peace and this purchase probably won’t have an impact but it’ll put a little “peace” in your own space. This peace lily plant grows in low light so it’s ideal for more poorly lit spaces and blooms year-round so you’ll always have something to enjoy. This plant is grown by Hirt’s Gardens and shipped right to your door.
You Grow, Girl
Grow lights have an, ahem, scandalous reputation for being the facilitator in, um, you know. But, growing lamps are actually really helpful for indoor plant care by delivering full-spectrum sunlight like it’s noon and your plants are basking in the outdoor sun. These lights have timer functions for automatic on and off and are easily to install with flexible goosenecks and strong clamps.
Food For Thought
There’s so much to love about this instant plant food. No measuring, no mixing, no mess and a small batch in the cutest little package. These are self-dissolving tablets that make feeding your indoor plant a breeze. One formula provides all the nutrients your indoor plants need for all types of houseplants in both potted and self-watering containers.
Go To Pot
Struggle with watering? I feel you, girl. This all-natural potting mix means you can water less often thanks to the moisture control capabilities of the included coconut coir. Great for container gardens and raised beds, this potting soil feeds plants instantly and then goes into a sl0w-feed routine for up to three additional months. This works well for herbs and vegetables, too.
Have A Heart
If you forgot Valentine’s Day, you can get out of the dog house with this heart-shaped flower, known as anthurium. It’s packed in a modern stone planter with a cute red heart. Anthuriums are cheery with glossy green leaves topped with vibrant red blooms and they only need about a half-cup of water each week. Roses die quickly, folks but this houseplant won’t (with proper care, of course).
Plant Some Roots
The only “rule” of decorating I really know is that you’re supposed to decorate in threes. That makes this three-piece set of ceramic planters an instant winner for displaying everything from succulents to begonias indoors or out. These come in three different sizes and are available in five colors. The glazed beige is neutral for any space but that sapphire blue set is a stunner.
On The Stand
Once you grab those planters just above, you’re going to need this three-tier plant stand that’s just screaming for a bright corner of your living or patio to sit in. It’s actually a pretty space-saving design, even if you bump up your purchase to a five-tier stand. Install it in just 10 minutes and take advantage of the larger trays to accommodate heavier pots.
Living On A Prayer
And, here I thought lemon-lime only applied to soda and Jell-O! This lemon-lime maranta is absolutely gorgeous with coordinating shades of green reminiscent of the lemon and lime color combination. Known as a “prayer plant” originating in Brazil, these need only moderate, indirect sunlight and water every one to two weeks. Indoor house plants have actually been shown to reduce stress and increase concentration. #TheMoreYouKnow
Sweeten The Pot
If you prefer more traditional-style planters, this two-piece ceramic set will delight you for a number of reasons. One? The modern design and coordinating colors. Second? A built-in drainage system. Last? They’re just classic in their design and will add charm to your space. The set includes a small planter and large pot so you can add varying sizes of plants.
You Need The Neem
Pests being, well, pests? Bonide Neem Oil gets pests under control. But, wait! There’s more! This product is actually a three-in-one fungicide, miticide and insecticide so it tackles mites, flies, mildew and ore on flowers, vegetables, fruits, herbs, trees and more. This is a best seller on Amazon with more than 31,000 reviews and is a must-have for your indoor plant care routine.
We’ve reached the end of our list so are you feeling confident in your plant-caring abilities? If you’re not, it’s O.K. because this hardcover book called Wild Interiors is an exquisite collection of beautiful plants in beautiful spaces. Use it as a coffee table book or inspiration for your next plant project. It’s available for Kindle, too, but you’re going to want that gorgeous hardcover.