If you've spent any time on Instagram recently, you probably know that it's never been cooler to be a plant parent. But filling your home with greenery isn't just aesthetically pleasing: It's also an easy way to give our mood, immune system, and overall well-being a boost. That's as true for those of us who live in shoe box–size apartments as it is for the lucky ones who dwell in a house with a yard. For this reason, plants are the gift that seriously keeps on giving (with a little TLC, of course). A green thumb isn't a requirement, either. Our lineup below includes something for the plant novice, the gardening pro, and everyone in between. Shop it all.
You can never go wrong with gifting a cozy blanket during the chilliest times of the year. We're especially obsessed with this greenery-filled throw that will for sure keep your loved ones warm and toasty this season.
If your friend has shown an interest in gardening but hasn't been able to keep a succulent alive, consider gifting this smart garden. It comes complete with everything you need to grow herbs with zero gardening experience.
Any plant parent in the know follows The Sill on Instagram for some of the best greenspo on social media—particularly for city dwellers living in small spaces. Better yet is the brand's e-commerce selection, which includes monthly plant subscriptions in addition to a gorgeous selection of gardening supplies. The beginner subscription includes a monthly potted plant, so you can slowly transform your apartment into your very own green oasis.
Apartment dwellers need not be limited to snake plants and succulents: With the right lighting and a bit of love, you can grow a sizable herb garden right in your windowsill. This grow kid from Garden Republic makes it easy.
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