We all start small in life. And also with our urban jungles we start small. Sometimes it is one plant that we had for years, sometimes it’s a new plant from the garden center and our passion is ignited.
Step by step we then build our own urban jungle. Sturdy succulents, a cactus, and a Peperomia make this unique little urban jungle for the city home.
The mini plant gang can be comprised of the following beauties: an Opuntia ‘Ficus’ cactus with juicy cactus figs, a spikey agave ‘Nana’, a trailing ‘Burrito’ sedum, and a leafy Peperomia ‘Napoli’ with its rich leaf pattern.
All plants are potted in simple yet lovely terracotta pots of 10.5 cm and 12 cm diameter .
The collection adds an instant vibe to your home with the sturdy greens and matching terracotta pots. Group them together and lay the founding stone of your ever growing urban jungle at home!
Why this plant gang? We think it adds a wonderful green touch to every home – whether you have no plants at all so far or you already own a vibrant urban jungle.
These plants that are easy to care and will not disappoint. All of them require low to moderate watering and and they will thrive happily in any corner of your home with enough sunlight. There are no special requirements to keep your mini jungle thriving and happy!
Why not spice up your sideboard, a book shelf, your coffee table, or windowsill? The start of an own urban jungle is now easier than ever before
Recommended Planters : Planters by Size
Choose planters according to size required for your plants for various purposes and locations.
Buy ready to use nutrient rich soil:
In general use a soil-based compost placed over a generous layer of drainage material such as earthenware crocks, pebbles or gravel. Water and feed regularly, especially while plants are bearing flowers and fruit, when a high-potash fertilizer is recommended.
Buy Decorative Pebbles :
Decorate planters or garden landscapes with these decorative pebbles :
Using pebbles in a garden brings different colours and textures to the garden. Pebbles can also fill up otherwise empty space in the garden, leaving a visual that might be considered more interesting and aesthetic than simple dirt, soil or mulch.