Guide to our Go-To Potted Plants

You can throw a potted plant in almost any area of the home. Check out our go-to's!

11 September 2017 -

We love to bring a breath of fresh air by decorating with potted plants. They offer convenience, color, texture, and dimension while filling up any open space you have. Our personal favorites are lavender, fiddle leaf, rosemary and maiden leaf ferns. See how we use them below! 


Studio McGee Guide to Potted Plants

LAVENDER

  • convenient in the kitchen

  • keep near the sink or window

  • prune in the spring


Studio McGee Guide to Potted Plants

From our Windsong Project


Studio McGee Guide to Potted Plants

From Rachel Parcell’s Kitchen

SMALL FIDDLE LEAF

  •  low maintenance

  •  keep in indirect light

  •  only water when top soil is dry


Studio McGee Guide to Potted Plants

From our Promontory Project


Studio McGee Guide to Potted Plants

From our Parade Home

ROSEMARY

  •  convenient in the kitchen

  •  can cook with it

  •  keep near the sink or window
  •  prune regularly


Studio McGee Guide to Potted Plants

From our Spring Kitchen Refresh


Studio McGee Guide to Potted Plants

From our Parade Home

MAIDEN HAIR FERN

  •  keep in a small pot

  •  high maintenance, mist daily 

  •  appears wild and textured


Studio McGee Guide to Potted Plants

From our Parade Home


Studio McGee Guide to Potted Plants

From our Austin, Texas Project


Studio McGee Guide to Potted Plants

From our Promontory Project

Date Posted
11 September 2017