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Sep 12

Keep Some Summer Indoors This Fall


Summer is coming to an end.  In some ways, this is great—it means no more incredibly hot days!  The kids will be headed back to school, and life will return to that scheduled normalcy.  On the other hand, those gorgeous summer days will soon be gone, and shorts will have to be replaced with jackets and jeans.  Life will become full of school events and activities, and falling leaves will replace those bright, beautiful flowers.  But you can capture a bit of that gorgeous summer and keep it indoors this fall to remind you of those amazing months.

One of the best ways of keeping summer indoors is with green plants and baskets.  These beautiful plants will stay green and bright even during the coldest months, especially if you take great care of them and make certain they get enough sunlight and water.  Some of these green plants even flower at certain times during the year, so you can have your bright blooms as well.

In addition to some of the ivy, ferns, and other green plants that are often grown indoors, there are some new popular green plants out there.  Bamboo, for example, is very easy to grow and has become a very trendy green plant.  A bromeliad is also a very unique looking flowering green plant that fits with a more modern décor.  Another fun option is to mix green plants in a basket, creating your own little mini-garden indoors.

Some people prefer to start their green plants from seeds, while others purchase some flowers from a greenhouse.  However, there’s a much easier way to add some bright green plants to your home:  let us deliver them to you!  We have a huge range of green plants for delivery in Kansas City, MO.

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