I’ve been craving warm weather and Salt Lake City has been a bit of a tease lately. We went from 60 degree sunshiny weather to a snowstorm yesterday, so I’ve been finding myself adding touches of color and life throughout my home as reminders that spring weather is *almost* here to stay. Click through for a giant ‘Amazon Finds‘ roundup of my favorite planters, just in time for warmer weather…
I went plant shopping with one of my girlfriends over the weekend following brunch (procrastination at it’s finest), and after visits to multiple shops, finally gave up on finding a planter for my Kalanchoe Tomentosa (aka, panda plant)… and yes- it’s as cute as it sounds. It quickly outgrew the planter I purchased it in, and after my failed attempt at sourcing a new one… I thought, “I can find something WAY better for a quarter of the price on Amazon”. Bad attitude? Maybe, but I wasn’t wrong.
My weekend search and hours of procrastination is totally your gain, because I saved a giant list of my favorites! Shop them below for your new spring plants babies, or the existing ones that need repotted this season. You can click the collage directly to shop each thumbnail, or the links at the bottom of the image.
01: green planter // 02: porcelain planter // 03: wood bottom planter // 04: white planter set // 05: concrete planter // 06: cactus planter // 07: modern planter // 08: terra cotta planters // 09: cork planter // 10: faceted planter // 11: rustic planter // 12: scaled planter // 13: textured planters // 14: pedestal planter // 15: glazed planter // 16: japanese planter // 17: planter with stand // 18: geo planter // 19: white planter // 20: speckled planter // 21: footed planter // 22: stoneware planter // 23: white and gray planter
These days, I’m digging the classic simple options. I bought #4, #8, and #22. I’ve also spotted some these on designer websites listed for a higher price (ahem, I’m looking at gorgeous #23 specifically).
Do you guys have favorites from the roundup? This time of year always gets me excited for gardening and planting. I think it’s a good reason to go outside, instead of making a mess indoors. I’ve been adding new plants to the house like crazy- which isn’t necessarily a good thing in the middle of a dusty kitchen renovation.
My rule as of lately is this: if it’s under 5″ then I can definitely make room for it. Ha! As you might imagine, lots of little succulent babies and ferns are now littering my house. Where do you guys shop for plants and planters? I’m always looking for new sources, so spill your secrets (pretty please)! For more plant posts, click here.