Earlier in the year Lia Leendertz and Mark Diacono popped over to talk about and photograph our indoor plants for their new book My Tiny Indoor Garden. I loved the idea of houseplants being seen as a ‘garden’ because that’s really what they are. For years of renting in London they were the only garden I had. Having always been a little book worm, to have our houseplants – some with great personal meaning to me – featured in such a book feels very special indeed. Others featured include stunning cacti in the London shop called Prick, a porch of succulents to put other collections to shame, a perfect collection of plants owned by the current curator of RHS Wisley and some ruins enclosed within a tropical glasshouse. It’s all very inspirational and I keep going back to the twenty or so indoor gardens featured. The book is out now online and we’ve seen it in Waterstones and Foyles too.
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