Plant Inspiration: ZZ Plant

Friday, April 18, 2014

The ZZ plant is one of our favorite plants! It’s low maintenance. It does well in low light. And its leaves always look Woolly shiny and bright! Happy weekend, Woollies! Now, go get some Zzs. Ha!

Woolly Around the World

Wednesday, April 16, 2014


Spring has sprung! Look at these delightful Wallys chilling on a wooden fence. Planted in the Wallys are freesia, LED grass, ‘lemon slice’ superbells and bacopa. Photo by Jennifer Schmitt


A Growing Obsession spotted this incredible living wall of Woolly Pockets at  a new restaurant in Long Beach, CA.

We are thrilled to be featured in the indoor / outdoor living section of Elle Decor (May 2014).

Plants & People Week 26

Tuesday, April 15, 2014

Beautiful Plants & People photos on instagram by — @missbrandyparker, @gabthomps, @irenekly, @victoryblooms, @theprettyprint, @kelsiwil, @roetry, @victoryblooms, @yokoogibraan, @lovelydetails, @turnone, @tova_originals, @harrissyn, @neonloveaffair

Plant Inspiration: Ranunculus

Friday, April 11, 2014

The ranunculus is probably in my top three favorite flowers. They’re so sweet and charming  with their delicate, multi-layered blooms. They’re so versatile and comes in so many different colors. I mean, roses are beautiful too but sometimes they can be a little questionable. I’m seeing a lot of ranunculus pop up at all the grocery stores like Trader Joe’s and Whole Foods right now, so next time you’re there, grab a pot and plant it in your lovely living wall planter. From the garden.org site, “Ranunculus leaves, grass green and vaguely celery-like, grow in a mound 6 to 12 inches across. Flowers on 12- to 18-inch stems emerge in March from fall-planted bulbs, June and July from spring-planted bulbs; they last up to six weeks. On the most common type, the Tecolote strain, flowers are mostly fully double, 3 to 6 inches wide, and available in bicolored picotee, gold, pastel mix, pink, red, rose, salmon, sunset orange, white, and yellow. The less common Bloomingdale strain is shorter, to 10 inches, with pale orange, pink, red, yellow, and white double flowers.”

Illustration via Wikipedia | Photo via Roger’s Gardens

Woolly Around the World

Wednesday, April 9, 2014

Fantastic photos this week from California to the United Kingdom. We’re excited to see our planters up at the RHS Malvern Spring Festival! Photos by @victoriaforaverPotted, @OuterSpacesGD, @melissaquirozp, @NewForDinner, Amy Jaramillo

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