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Bring your home to life with flower pots
We have a wide range of flower pots and pot covers, so there’s something for everyone. Here you can find your favourites among the many different design series.
A wealth of flower pots
Green plants in the home aren't just lovely to look at. They also give life and ensure a good indoor climate. Plants clean the air and aerate the room, so you can experience increased energy and better well-being. You can place them anywhere in the home, and you can (almost) never have too many of them. All the beautiful plants and flowers cannot stand on their own, however. They need a pot to live in. The flower pot comes in a wealth of designs and has almost become a piece of design in itself. You can find many different kinds of flower pots, which vary in size, colours and material, from brass, porcelain, ceramics, glass and clay to name just a few. Some flower pots also have a saucer to help protect the surface they're placed on. At Rosendahl.com you can find a large and beautiful selection of all kinds of flower pots, which are both stylish and aesthetic. Explore our selection of flower pots and find the model that suits your interior design and your plants.
How to find the right flower pot
When buying a flower pot, first think about which plant you want to put in it. Are you dreaming of putting a small olive tree or a large fiddle-leaf fig tree in the pot, which are very much 'in' at the moment? Then it’s a large floor pot you’re looking for. If, on the other hand, it's a small plant like a money plant, you can manage with a small or medium-sized plant pot. It's also an advantage to consider where in the home it should be placed. Are you imagining it standing in the living room, on a shelf in the kitchen or bathroom, or on the floor? This can have an influence on the size and material you choose. For example, a glass flower pot would not be suitable for standing on the floor, as it could easily break. So consider the use, material and size when you buy your new flowerpot.
Different kinds of flower pots
The material, which is also often linked to design, is one of the most important considerations when choosing the right flower pot. That’s why we’ll guide you along the way so you can find the right one for your needs. For example, you can choose a classic flower pot in clay, porcelain, stoneware, cement or ceramic, which is easy to combine with your existing furniture and often comes in stylish colours. Here, you can choose the one that suits your interior design. A decorative and characteristic flower pot is another option that will contribute to a personal and heartfelt style in the home. You can also choose planters with a stand to lift the plant off the floor. This creates more volume in the room and looks great in a corner or next to the sofa or armchair. There are many opportunities to bring more greenery into your home.
Here in the Nordic region, it has become very popular to bring nature into the home and make it part of the interior design, as it adds calm and harmony to any space you put it in. So become inspired by our range and find your new flower pot here. We offer different types of models, so you can find the one that suits you and your home best.
Decorate your home with flower pots
Plants are a lovely and extremely easy way to decorate your home without busting the bank. For example, if you have a corner in the living room that's not quite big enough to put a piece of furniture in, you can place a flower pot with a green plant on a stand or directly on the floor. This will bring life to the corner and make it part of your interior design. Many people also choose to have a small area on the floor or on a shelf unit where they place several plants of different sizes. For example succulents, which are incredibly easy to maintain, and a couple of other green plants, which play a role in the look and help to create harmony. However, the plant is only half of it, because with a beautiful pot cover, your personal style can shine through. Perhaps you like decorative models that catch the eye and make your guests notice them. You might also prefer the more minimalistic and stylish pot covers, which put the plant at the centre and create an aesthetic look that can be used for any plant. You can achieve a beautiful look, especially if you have different covers around the house and don't stick to the same model. Just as you also have different plants, it adds a sense of dynamism to your home when you spice it up with flower pots in different designs, materials and colours.
How often should the plant be replanted?
Once you’ve found the right flower pot for your home, it’s time to plant your flowers or plants. Here, you need to use plant soil and make sure that the plant has room to grow larger. Make sure to cover the roots well when adding the potting soil. Finally, water the plant for better rooting. If it's a cutting, give it a little extra care and check more often to see if it is lacking water or light. To give it the best conditions, it will need replanting once a year with new soil, as it grows a lot. Sooner or later it will also be time to replant your other plants, and they will usually give their own signs that it’s time to do so. For example, you can see if a plant is about to topple over or simply looks a little sad. If so, it will soon be time for a bigger pot. It could also be that the roots have started to protrude, which is another indication that you need to find a new pot.
Bring your outdoor space to life with garden pots
Do you need garden pots for the patio? Then you can find inspiration here on this page. With pots, you don't just give your plants and flowers a place to live. You also have a unique opportunity to bring life and soul to your outdoor space. If you’re looking for a cosy and inviting atmosphere on your terrace, it’s a good idea to decorate it with garden pots where you can plant colourful flowers, greenery and herbs. If you live in an apartment, you can easily decorate your balcony with flower pots. Just like the house plants, it's important to find out which plants or flowers you want to plant before you buy the garden pot. It's especially important to buy a model that's not too small. Many plants and small trees need space in the pot for their roots and to grow. So it’s better to choose a flower pot that’s a bit too big than one that’s too small – unless we’re talking about herbs and other small plants and flowers.
Perfect plants and flowers for the garden pot
Most flowers can be planted in pots outdoors, especially if you have a covered terrace, so that they are sheltered from the ever-changing and sometimes harsh Northern European weather, with its wind and cold. This can be hard on both the plants and the pots. Some plants and flowers are more robust than others, however. This includes roses, hydrangeas and rhododendrons, which are also easy to maintain. When choosing pots for your outdoor plants, you should make sure that they are frostproof if you want them to remain out all year round. You can also choose to place the pots in the shed or the house during the winter months. For example, if you have an olive tree outside during the summer, you can easily have it overwinter in the hallway or in the kitchen, where it will decorate beautifully.
Buy flower pots and garden pots at Rosendahl.com
On this page you can find a wide selection of garden pots and flower pots from Rosendahl.com. We have a model to suit all your favourite indoor and outdoor plants, so feel free to browse our selection to find your favourite. We love plants, which is why we’ve given you plenty of opportunities to make your interior design greener, both inside your home and out on the patio.