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What is a Multi-Plant Pot?
Unlike our natural ecosystems, our house plants are usually a single species in each pot; whilst this is great to maximise the growth of these plants, it does reduce the biodiversity within your home environment. The idea of a multi-plant pot is to create a biodiverse plant pot, with varieties of different species growing together. This plant pots can be any size, but to feature a larger range, the pot needs to be bigger.
Finding complimenting plants to put with your feature is important. I find that succulents go well with other succulents, grasses go well with ferns, and smaller flowering plants go with larger ones. If you have a large feature plant, such as a Monstera Deliciosa, you will want it to have its own pot. However, if it is something like a succlent, eg. Crassula Ovata Gollum, you may want to pair it with another succulent.
How to make a multi-plant pot:
- Find your feature plant!
- Find a large pot and fill it with soil. You can create your own mix with our products here.
- Make your arrangement, be sure to take pictures when you are done!
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Plant love, Planteka.