House Plants

Teeny indoor plants we acquired over twenty years ago have grown taller than we are now; others we’ve subdivided and shared.  They provide beautiful visual transition of nature from inside to outside, color, texture, and cool foliage. They also provide a lot of advantages

Beware: some indoor plants are toxic to people and pets

Many are originally from the tropics, so they thrive on different amounts of water, sunlight, and fertilizer

Scientists are learning more about their resilience and sentience


Laura & Gil

Our friends Laura & Gil Richardson are, in their own words, “imperfect” but they are much further down this Planetarian path than anyone I know. They are a treasure trove of sustainable living inspiration and we’ve asked them to share one simple swap per week that they’ve made (and the products they love) in hopes it might inspire you to make them, too.

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