5 Soil-Free Ways To Show Your Plant Lady Pride

5 Soil-Free Ways To Show Your Plant Lady Pride

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Maggie Coughlan
Apr 13, 2017

Plant Lady is the new Cat Lady, or at least the internet thinks so. If you love to gush about your garden, get pumped about plants, have a glorious green thumb (or two!) or consider yourself a fanatic when it comes to foliage, you might be a Plant Lady. Here are a few soil-free ways to show your plant pride:

Looking for a plant that's impossible to kill? Hang this 100% brass philodendron plant mobile by Natalie Joy in your home for a touch of garden-inspired glamour.

If you're a cacti guy — or gal — this 8x10" Wildwood Paper Co print brings the beauty of these plants into your home without spikes, thorns or needles. Hand painted with gouache paints, this original design proves that everything is bigger in Texas, even the flora.

Forget those felines and add this handmade "Plant Lady is the New Cat Lady" pin by Handmade Sam Made to your collection of accessories. At 1.25 x 3/4", this brass and hard enamel piece features a dark green banana leaf with gold writing. This company specializes in plants and pins: there's also a rose gold saguaro cactus, a myrtle green and azure mist-colored eucalyptus, and a gold plant mister.

If you can't bear to be without your garden, you can wear it. Living jewelry company Passionflower Made creates stunning pieces using a variety of live succulents, like deep purple and light green echeveria. From statement necklaces to cocktail rings to flower crowns, each piece can be worn anywhere from one to four weeks. When you're finished wearing them, plant, care for them and enjoy.

This tropical plant themed hand embroidery kit stays lush year round. Beginners can stitch the design as an outline, while more advanced crafters can fill in the pattern satin stitch. This kit comes with everything — embroidery needles, wooden embroidery hoop, DMC cotton embroidery floss, cotton fabric, pattern print out and emailed directions — you need to create this garden scene.

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