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We Support Plant Parenthood

Me and my Monstera

Have you ever had the same kind of problem like me whenever I see delicious looking plants on sale?

I swear Kris and I never comes home empty handed whenever we go out for a ‘window’ plant shopping.

That sort of “must have that plant” feeling is real especially when it’s rare and on sale!

There was a time when Kris and I saw a small banana tree in Bunnings Warehouse. We were so surprised to see a banana tree in New Zealand! We didn’t think it was possible. We love the thought of owning a banana tree and got excited about the idea of growing it in our place but our trolley was full so we thought of coming back for it.

By the time we returned the following week they’ve already sold the last banana tree. If only we bought it the first time we saw it! I think our plant gang would have look amazing!

Since then, we never let any chance to pass by. We’ve bought and grown plants we really desired to have. Plants are such a joy to have in the house. They are a good investment and they bring in a lot of health benefits such as improving air quality by increasing oxygen supply and decreasing air pollution, reduce stress by making people calm and happier. They turn your place into a safe oasis where you can enjoy it together with your family and friends.

Our “plant gang”

Our plants are like our babies and we are proud to be ‘plant parents’. But just like having real kids I think we just have to save more for our “Plant Fund”.

How about you? What plant babies do you have?

Follow our plant parenthood journey via Instagram @theplant_kingdom

Author:

Kris and I are both nurses and at the same time creative souls that seeks to inspire the whole world! :)

6 thoughts on “We Support Plant Parenthood

  1. Oh my gosh, this was so funny. I found some more of my people. I LOVE plants. I got a little Christmas money and I can’t wait till I can start plant shopping. I am going to wait awhile though because right now in Phoenix Arizona our temps can go from freezing at night to 70 degrees during the day which is warm. We also have lots of house plants too. Maybe I will buy some more houseplants.

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