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Plant Inspiration: Jerusalem Sage

Wednesday, July 9, 2014

jerusalem-sage

Jerusalem Sage is a great summer flower with a nice pop of color. Add heat-tolerant flowers and features to your yard and enjoy their beauty all summer. Tall stems of these Mediterranean natives are set with widely-spaced, hooded yellow flowers. Moisture-conserving thick, typically furry or hairy leaves are lance-shaped. Pretty planted with lavender and red hot poker (Kniphofia ‘Bressingham Comet’).

 

How to Bring Your Plants Back to Life

Thursday, March 20, 2014

It’s Spring! I know winter has been tough on your plants but don’t worry. We have some tips to bring them back to life, all healthy and green looking again, even if it looks like death. First, identify the plant and find out what went wrong, like, bad soil, poor watering habits, pest or disease? If the soil is bone dry and under watered, check the roots to see if there are hints of green. If so, that’s good news. Trim off all the dead leaves and stems. Lightly water it and give it only half the amount of sun it typically needs. In about a month or so, your plant should look great again. Avoid fertilizing as that will do more harm than good. For more info, check out Gardening Know How.

Woolly Pocket at Ramekin

Thursday, March 13, 2014


Photography by Tessa Neustadt

Ramekin is a delicious dessert restaurant nestled in Los Feliz, CA. We always get very excited seeing our Living Wall Planters in commercial spaces. Ice cream and succulents, it just doesn’t get any sweeter than that! Designed by Tessa Neustadt and Monica Wang. via Emily Henderson

Woolly Pocket Australia

Monday, March 10, 2014

We have some exciting news for our Australian customers! Our planters are now available to ship from our new Australian distributor which means you will get your planters faster and shipping will be less. Hooray! Hop on over to Woolly Pocket Australia and start gardening up!

Plants & People Week 18

Monday, February 17, 2014

We wanted this week’s Plans & People to be more vibrant and colorful, especially since it was Valentine’s week. We also participated in instagram’s weekend project which was #WHPinteractivegram. Essentially, when you double tap on the photo, the instagram heart pops up on top of your image of a heart. It was pretty cute. Hope you guys enjoyed this week’s photographers — AJ @vx182169, Estherlee @es_leee, Rodrigo Calderon @panccio, @robinrazak, Taylor Kampa @tmkampa, Karlee @karleeness.

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