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This season, give gifts that grow

Give the gift of green plants, vessels for growing long-lasting greenery or classics that grow on you. Pick personalised pockets of nature and objects that will fit the ever-changing nature of your loved ones.

A new bloom or a simple bouquet adds instant calm, fragrance, a connection to moments and a natural opportunity to be mindful. New Kuru glass and ceramic objects create stunning interior elements to any setting. Versatile glass bowls are perfect for display, serving snacks and desserts or the vases for showcasing flowers. Each piece is a testament to the designer Philippe Malouin and glassmakers’ creativity, professionalism and expertise. Choose thoughtful design that is made to be loved and used, day in and day out, for decades and generations to come. Choose gifts with meaning and objects that grow into something bigger.

Curating greenery with Nappula & Jason Chongue from the Plant Society

With spaces becoming smaller, we find ourselves living in compact urban homes that are dominated by hard edges and man-made materials. With this intensity, we find ourselves craving connections back to nature. By bringing nature into our homes, even the smallest additions can transport life to any space.

You will need:

– Nappula Plant Pot in your favourite colour. I’ve chosen White, 23cm.

– A small potted plant suitable for indoors. My favourites are Queen of hearts (Homalomena ‘Maggie’), Devil’s Ivy (Epipremnumaureum), Heartleaf Philodendron (Philodendron cordatum), Fruit Salad Plant (Monsteradeliciosa) and assorted cacti. – Premium potting mix – Slow-release fertilizer or organic nutrients as required for your specific plant type.


1 – Place a layer of soil into your Nappula plant pot

2 – Loosen the plant’s root system in its existing pot. If it’s in a plastic pot, gently squeeze the sides to loosen the soil. If it’s in a rigid planter, run a butter knife or skewer to loosen the soil.

3 – Remove the plant by positioning your fingers around its trunk and over the soil. Flip the pot upside down, easing the plant out. You may need to gently tap the pot to loosen it.

4 – Loosen the root system with a fork or use your fingers. If the root ball of the plant is dense, you can trim approximately 2 cm (3/4 in) off the root ball. This will help promote fresh roots and doesn’t hurt the plant.

5 – Place your plant on the bed of soil so that the top of the root ball is approximately 1 to 2 cm (1/2 to . in) below the rim of the pot.

6 – Backfill with potting mix and fertilise with slow-release fertiliser as per the package instructions.

7 – Water-in your plant with a small watering can. As the Nappula pot does not have a drainage hole, it’s important to measure how much water is applied. As a guide for tropical plants 1-1 . cups should suffice. For arid plants 1/5-1 cup should suffice.

Jason Chongue is an author and the Creative Director of Melbourne-based design studio and store The Plant SocietyHaving built a wealth of experience as a Melbourne based architect and interior designer, Jason merged his passion for plants and design, and now The Plant Society works with prestigious brands and unique spaces, both designing and nurturing plant projects on a regular basis.