House plant

Tuesday, July 17, 2012


My new favorite house plant. I had some leftover ivy from another pot, saw a mason jar, and threw it in there. like!

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31 comments:

Iqra said...

Such a nice plant and great idea :) xxx

Mat said...

i can't help but thinking it looks knackered

Bella Bheag said...

Simple but effective! Any trailing ivy I've ever had ends up covered in red spider mite unfortunately.

Ola said...

good idea!

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Heather said...

That's a cute idea! Unfortunately my house is where plants go to die... :(

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Leah Rife said...

How nice! Two things together that are great...mason jars and plants. :) Good idea, and simple too.

jeanette from everton terrace said...

Very cute!
I'm not so good with plants.

KERRIN said...

your blog is amazing! so glad your comment led me here xx

Dancing Branflake said...

I love ivy and I love the look of having it in a jar. Very sweet!

Dancing Branflake said...

I love ivy and I love the look of having it in a jar. Very sweet!

polkadotpeticoat said...

Just look how that took root...

Punctuation Mark said...

Mason jars are the best... So useful!

his little lady said...

i fell like i have no green thumb, but now i'm kind of wanting some greenery around my place! :)
xo TJ

Christine said...

Nice idea!

EverythingPrettyGirls said...

What a great idea for a mason jar!! Love your new plant :)

xo everything-pretty.com

Clara Turbay said...

I see a good person doing a good job!

Josie said...

Ooh I like this. Will be stealing this idea for my new pad.

Holly said...

love the exposed dirt and roots!

Allison Taylor said...

Loooove the idea of putting a plant in a mason. Definitely going to have to do this at some point!

Melissa Blake said...

How lovely!!! plants just make everything brighter, don't they?

Kristina said...

simple, but great! hope you are doing okay! xx

Jennifer Young said...

i love how ivy grows and crawls. best thing is that you're growing it from leftover ivy. fun!

LyddieGal said...

i love taking bits of another plant and rooting it into a new one. it's so cool.
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"coy" colleen said...

oh, i love this idea! my mom has so many of these plants, would love to re-create this for her.
thanks for sharing :)

xo,
a coy perspective

Mimi said...

i think this looks great! :D

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Meghan @ Wishful Thinking said...

Love this idea! Ivy is the one plant that I haven't managed to kill so this might just work for me!

thais said...

it worked great. I once had ivy in my kitchen I the plant grew so much it was taking over the window ;)
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Molly said...

Ooooooh, how I wish I could keep a plant alive. That looks perfectly lovely and a little bit of greenery would soooo brighten up our place. But, it wouldn't stay green too long around here.

Maybe I'll just keep coming back and visiting your picture!! :)

Abigail Oliveros said...

what a great way to reuse a mason jar!!

xoxo
abigail

Wendy said...

Definitely like!

Mary Lou said...

I love this idea. Very creative:) Old coffee cups are good too. I am getting ready to plant a sweet potato plant, from a real sweet potato:) They turn out to be pretty plants.

 

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