If you’re adopting your first plant or you’re a gardening goddess, visit our studio or order online and find your next plant baby today!
From macrame hangers to funky glazed plant pots, we have the perfect feature for your bedroom, study or living area!
Bringing a new plant into your home opens up so many possibilities for your home’s interior design: whether you’re an eclectic stylist or a minimalist designer, our range has the right pot for your home.
Add an eye-catching feature to your living room with our glazed ceramic pots like the striking Fish Bowl Pot, covered in cool blue and grey painted spots. Our Shades of Blue Ceramic Pot is great for adding a splash of colour and texture to your room, as are the eclectic patterns of our ceramic Glazed Pot.
For minimalist spaces and professional home offices, our Oslo, Hamburg, Vienna and Hanover planters feature a range of clean, modern colours including tobacco, peach, and eucalyptus. Their sleek, classic shapes add an instant upgrade to your home interiors!
Can’t find the right pot for your home? We regularly update our range to take advantage of seasonal styles made by our network of talented local makers. Be sure to check back regularly or get in touch with us to find out what’s new!
Glazed ceramic pots in all shapes and sizes, perfect for your indoor beauties
Medium plants will get the space they need with our ridged Oslo Ceramic Pots, featuring foam pads on the bottom to protect furniture and floorboards from scuffs.
Need a home for your bigger plants? Our Vase Pots will give your extra-large plants space to grow — we also recommend them as a cover for nursery pots. Meanwhile, the Oslo Wide Planter is perfect for plants that need a little more room around the sides to spread their roots.
If you’re looking to hang your plants, we stock stylish and practical hanging planters in a range of sizes. With a leather cord and fully waterproof glaze, our Hanging Baby Dotty Pot is an adorable and sturdy home for your succulents, with our 60mm pots perfect for other small plants. Our Dip Ceramic Hanging Pots feature a trendy dip-glaze with a 12.5cm diameter for small to medium plants.
A brief history of indoor plant pots
Ever wondered where the indoor plant craze first started? Plant pots can be sourced back to Ancient Egypt, and were used to transport plants to different areas to take advantage of the best growing conditions throughout the year. Early Roman, Greek, and Chinese societies used potted plants in courtyards and other outdoor settings, and pots were used to transport seedlings throughout the 17th century.
But the real indoor plant craze started in the 19th-century Victorian era, as tropical and sub-tropical plants were imported across the globe. Home innovations like furnaces made it easier than ever to grow plants indoors, with leafy ferns being the hottest choice for adding greenery to affluent homes.
Ferns became so in demand that there was a worldwide shortage of the plant, with wealthy Europeans financing fern-hunting expeditions across the globe. There was even a flourishing black market exclusively for selling ferns!
Since then, indoor plants have only grown in popularity. They can add the perfect finishing touch to your decor at an affordable price and are great for livening up your home or flat, especially with work from home setups becoming more common.
From beginners to green-thumbed experts, we have the right indoor plant for you
Ready to step into the world of plant parenthood but not sure where to start? We’ve got you covered. Our range of beginner and intermediate plants is perfect for getting your hands dirty for first-timers.
Succulents. Ah, the humble succulent, the most unkillable indoor plant there is! If you’re a total plant beginner, you really can’t go wrong with a succulent. We offer an ever-changing range of succulents in loads of different varieties and sizes! We recommend contacting our friendly team if you’re after a specific type of succulent.
Monstera. This iconic beauty never goes out of style thanks to its gorgeous large leaves, making it a stunning addition to your living room or home office. Our Monkey Mask Monstera is bushier than a traditional Monstera plant and requires only small amounts of water in a bright, well-lit area. If you're after an even smaller option, check out our Mini Monstera — its climbing leaves make it a great choice for a hanging pot or indoor trellis.
Devil’s Ivy. A great choice for hanging, the ominously named Devil’s Ivy (or Golden Pothos) got its namesake for being hard to kill. This sturdy plant will grow with minimal care and only requires watering when its soil feels dry. Plus, its trailing vines make it one of the most popular trellis plants around!
Snake Plants. Similar to a succulent, this tough, deep-green plant is great for beginner plant parents. With minimal care, your Sansevieria Trifasciata or Sansevieria Superba will sprout strong, upright leaves in dry conditions, so be sure to choose a pot with good drainage!
Zanzibar Gem. This exotic beauty is known for its stiff stems and fleshy roots which retain moisture, which means less watering for you! The Zanzibar Gem, often nicknamed as the ZZ plant, is virtually self-sufficient when placed in bright, indirect light — although low light conditions are also fine.
Peperomia. The Peperomia family of plants are pet friendly and, much like succulents, are great at storing water. That means you don’t have to stress out if you forget to water it regularly! The Peperomia Incana can handle cold conditions, making them perfect for frosty winters.
What should I look for when choosing a pot for my new plant baby?
When it comes to choosing your new plant baby, finding the right pot is essential. After all, we all need a pot that will help our little ones thrive!
Leave room to grow. The first step is making sure your pot is the right size. We recommend choosing a pot with enough depth and height for your plant to continue growing. However, plants tend to grow slowly, so you only need a pot that’s larger by a few extra centimetres.
Choose the right drainage. Drainage holes are important to make sure potting soil doesn’t stay wet for too long after you’ve watered your plants; they also let oxygen reach your plant’s roots. Choose a pot with fewer or smaller drainage holes for plants that prefer moisture.
Make it stylish. Once you’ve found a pot that will satisfy your new plant babies, it’s time to make sure it matches your style. After all, the pot you choose is going to be in your home for years to come, so it's important to make sure you’re happy with it! We recommend our terracotta pots or ceramic pots for plants that suit a neutral, modern aesthetic — or you can go bold with our glazed plant pots in blue-black pearl, white and black peacock or brown and red peacock.
Reduce, reuse, repot. Repotting your plant is an important step in keeping your babies healthy and happy. But don’t worry — you don’t need to buy a new pot every time… unless you want to! Repotting simply refers to taking your plant out of its existing pot to replace its soil with a new potting mix — this helps give your plant more nutrients and prolongs its lifespan. Repotting is also done when a plant is looking a little too big for its current pot and needs to be moved to larger dwellings. Plus, it’s a great opportunity to propagate any new seedlings and offshoots that have sprouted from your plant baby, and clean your current pots!
Clean before reusing. One of the things plant parents often forget is cleaning their pots when reusing them for a new plant. For example, clay pots can often develop a white crust from mineral buildup that should be cleaned before potting a new plant — this helps prevent diseases in your plants. Scrub your pots with a stiff brush using water and vinegar or water and soap before adding new plants to them.
Should I choose terracotta or ceramic pots for my indoor plants?
Just like how every plant is different, each pot will have different benefits that will help your budding indoor beauties thrive; buying a pot is not a one size fits all solution!
Terracotta. The most recognisable and common material used for plant pots, terracotta pots allow more moisture and air to pass through them thanks to their porous material and large drainage hole at their base. This is a great way to control the wetness of your soil, and prevent your roots from sitting in water for too long; which is especially useful for plants that like to live on the dry side. Plants suited for terracotta pots include:
Ceramic. Most people opt for a ceramic pot for one simple reason: aesthetic. While terracotta pots tend to have more classic, monochromatic colours, indoor ceramic plant pots are more commonly customised with glazes that feature eye-catching colours and patterns.
Ceramic planters are the superior choice for plants that need a little more moisture. The extra coat of lacquer on glazed ceramic pots slows down your soil’s drying, with many ceramic pots being made without drainage holes for plants that like to sit in stagnant water — although, this is a surefire way to kill your new plant babies by overwatering. Even with one or more drainage holes, a ceramic plant pot will still hold more moisture than their terracotta counterpart, making them perfect for plants such as:
Hanging plants are one of the easiest ways to decorate your living space, but not all plants are suitable for hanging. Check out our rundown of the best indoor plants for your hanging pots.
Silver Falls. This soft trailing plant is best for indoor areas with plenty of sunlight and is a popular choice for placing near windows. Be sure to water it once its leaves become curly and dry, but take extra care not to overwater this cascading beauty. Silver Falls plants are known for being hardy and are a great choice for your first hanging plant.
Devil’s Ivy. Known endearingly as a “creeper,” this hearty Epipremnum Aureum is a bold hanging plant with trailing green and cream leaves. With a little bit of light and water, your Devil’s Ivy will thrive in any climate and is suitable for most spots in your home.
Clown’s Tears. For an unkillable hanging plant, look no further than the wonderfully named Clown’s Tears succulent. Its dusty-green colour and pea-shaped foliage give it a unique look perfect for your windows, as it requires bright, indirect light to thrive.
Teddy Junior Fern. Similar to the iconic Boston Fern, the Teddy Junior prefers warm areas with indirect sunlight. Its wild leaves are more compact than its older siblings while still making a stunning indoor feature, especially in bathrooms.
Coconut Kokedama. Handmade by our plant experts in Sydney, this striking coconut hanger is inspired by the Japanese art of Bonsai. Choose from five different established plants that are already growing in your Coconut Kokedama planter, including easy to manage favourites like Crocodile Ferns and Silver Sword Philodendrons.
How durable are your plant pots?
Whether you’ve got a big plant or a little sprout, you can rest assured that we only sell pots that are designed to go the distance. Our range of plant pots is sourced from the best makers across Sydney and New South Wales.
Plus, our range isn’t just durable — it’s also fashionable. Whatever your style, taste or decor, we’ve got the right pot for your home.
I can’t stop buying plants. Do you have a loyalty program for repeat customers?
All our customers can sign up for our Plant Parent program and receive points every time they order with us.
As a valued Plant Parent, collect enough points and you can exchange them for a discount voucher for your next purchase. Every $1 spent equals 5 points, with a weekly addition of 10 points for visiting our website once per week. Plus, create your account and receive 500 points on us — that’s enough for a $5 voucher! Register on our website and start collecting points today!
Shop indoor ceramic plant pots today and receive free hand delivery within 50km of our studio on all orders over $100
As fellow plant enthusiasts, we know how eager you are for your new plant babies to arrive. That’s why we offer speedy hand-delivery across Sydney every Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Our team of plant experts take the utmost care to make sure your plants get to your doorstep safe and sound, with free hand-delivery on orders over $100 within 50km of our Newtown Studio and free local area delivery on orders over $60 within 5km.