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Spring Planter Roundup

Every Friday, I water the plants. It is my way of ending the work week and transitioning into the weekend. Plus, having a specific day that I water the plants always helps me remember to do it.

Henri is very into the plants, mostly digging in them. So I figured if he helped water them each Friday with me, he would see me caring for the plants instead of destroying them. A few weeks ago, he knocked down a big planter right after I watered them. He was guilty but adorable.


spring planter roundup


planter roundup everyday parisian

This post was inspired by our weekly watering sessions. I wanted to round up some of the simple but beautiful pots we have for plants. Perhaps, it will inspire you to update your pots or dive into having a plant or two. If you absolutely think you will kill a plant, try the snake plant. It can survive on very little light and sun. I have held onto mine for years and it sat alone for weeks at a time while I traveled pre-pandemic.


Spring Planter Roundup Everyday Parisian

Henri and I need this adorable watering can as an upgrade from our current green plastic one.

Places to Shop for Planters:

Target Smith and Hawkin

Pottery Barn

Williams Sonoma Home

Serena and Lily

One Kings Lane

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  1. Love it! I have started collecting plants during the pandemic. My goal is to have one (or a few) in every room of the house. I’m still playing with what works with the natural light situation in our house. I’ve also had great luck with planters from West Elm.

    • Hi Kristen,

      Thank you! I am so happy to hear you are a plant mom too. It feels good keeping something alive during this crazy time. West Elm has great platnters. ❤️ I bought a fig tree when I moved last Summer and it has done really well with the natural light in the front room.