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Book Review: The Language of Houseplants

Published : June 01, 2020

If you've been lovingly nurturing your house plants while being safe at home, or alternatively, wondering what you're doing wrong, this is the book for you.
The Language of Houseplants is the dream guide for all plant enthusiasts. From the lazy student to the plant mum, this guide will help you find the perfect indoor plant to share your life with. Readers can learn about the meaning, energy and qualities of various indoor plants to enhance their lives and the spaces they live in.
This illustrated guidebook features 44 of the most popular houseplants, each beautifully depicted with a vintage artwork and additional indoor gardening care guide and some helpful tips to keep your plants happy and healthy. With curved edges and its compact size makes it a great gift for a friend or family member.
Available from Rockpool Publishing.
RRP $24.99
Cheralyn Darcey is an international leading expert on botanical history and ethnobotany (the relationship between people and plants). This companion guide to Darcey’s book Flowerpaedia offers resource lists of pants for each month and their meanings, a gift guide to share the botanical love, as well as information on ways to discover the language of any houseplant. It is a must-have for anyone who wants to grow a thriving bond with their new botanical friends.

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