Several new planters have joined our outdoor assortment just in time for the spring and summer seasons, and we couldn't be more excited. Not only are plants aesthetically pleasing in your space, but they have health benefits, such as reducing carbon dioxide levels in your home and making people feel happier and more relaxed.
Plant care is an important thing to consider when choosing the greenery you want to bring home; each type of plant has specific needs for sunlight, water, and placement (indoor vs. outdoor). We partnered with our local plant experts at Pistil's Nursery in Portland, for recommendations on which plants to pair with three of our new planter collections.
Brice Planter + Robellini
Designed in-house and exclusive to Rejuvenation, our Brice terracotta planters are our largest and most versatile planter family. These are for use indoors or outdoors, but if the temperatures dip below freezing, move them inside. You'll enjoy a variety of plants in these planters, such as the robellini. This plant is easy to care for, and likes to be in partial shade to full sun if kept outside, or near an east- or south-facing window if kept inside. Water it 2x a week to keep the soil moist.
Dubois Planter + Peacock Flower Iris
The Dubois planter is perfect for making a statement on your front poorch. It's frost-proof and is available in oxidized tin or brass. Both options are uncoated, so these planters will develop a beautiful patina over time. A low-maintenance plant like the Peacock Flower Iris will thrive in this planter. It blooms in spring/summer and loves sunny or partly shady areas. Water 2-3x a week until established.
Whitney Planter + Succulents
If you're in need of an indoor planter, the Whitney is right for you. It's an affordable option at $19 each and comes in 4 beautiful patterns, from a bold stripe to a subtle speckle. Succulents, such as aloe or euphorbia, do best in dry, well-lit conditions. Pot them in a Whitney planter and place near a window or somewhere that gets lots of sunlight, then water every 2-4 weeks.
Watch our full video on planter + plant pairings here:
A huge thank you to Pistil's for helping us pair plants with our new planters. Visit them in Portland, Oregon or check out their online shop for all your plant needs and wants.