Mother’s Day is pretty much around the corner.
Being a Mom, I thought I would share some of the things that I would be excited to get. This list is essentially a snippet from my wish list.
Plants can help create a sense of well being and help lower stress levels.
Plants can also improve indoor air quality.
And they’re pretty.
Nature’s Blossom Sow & Grow Kits
This “sow and grow” seed starter kit by Nature’s Blossom has everything you need to grow succulents and cacti. This is right up my alley as I often forget to water my plants.
This one is totally inspired by my husband, Andy.
We ere looking up bonsai trees and I found this sow and grow bonsai tree seed starter kit on Amazon. The reviews mentioned needing different pots for the bonsai trees and I fell in love with this set.
Mini Plant Stand
This mini plant stand comes with tiny tools.
Ideally, I would love to have a couple of these to add to my bookshelf.
This little shelf would maximise the number of succulents I could display and give me a reason to invest in more adorable little pots and planters.
Vintage Style Plant Spritzer
To be honest, this beautiful vintage style plant spritzer would be added to my plant shelf just for the aesthetic.
I have read online that misting and spritzing plants can lead to shallow and unhealthy roots. I would use it when we started seeds, so it would get some use. I would love to find an actual antique plant spritzer, but I have never found one “in the wild”.
Glass Watering Birds
These glass self watering bird shaped globes wouldn’t be used for my succulents, but for my other plants. They would come in handy outside in the summer.
I feel like I should add a side note.
If you notice, these are all amazon links.
I am not an affiliate. I happen to do a lot of “window shopping” on amazon and use it for product comparison and reviews.
I encourage you, if you can, please support local stores.
Especially during this time.
But do it SAFELY!
Right now, in Quebec we are under pretty strict social/physical distancing measures. I’m not overly familiar with my part of the city and many businesses are not online — I know, crazy!
I am looking forward to hitting up the thrift shops and finding funky little planters … and who knows, maybe I can find a genuine vintage spritzer.