Bloggers inspired Europe to love houseplants again

In 2013, a Serbian man and a Dutch woman walked into a cafe in Paris. This is the story of what happened next. 

Houseplants are back in fashion. Those Swiss cheese and rubber plants many of us bought back in the 80s are once again being swept off garden centre shelves as having a green space in the house becomes increasingly popular.

Getting creative with plants is also part of the trend. They can be grown in glass, without soil, make them an integral part of a home’s interior design. They can be hung from the ceiling, even upside down.

According to Jardinerie Delbard, there was a 15% year-on-year rise in sales ...

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