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Attention, Plant Parents: H&M Home Just Dropped Under-$25 Pots

But there are plenty of dishes and linens for black thumbs, too.
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H&M Home just debuted its spring collection, and we’ve never been more excited for April showers and May flowers, because the line is filled with greenery-friendly accessories that encourage us to roll up our sleeves, buy some soil, and get to planting. From indoor-outdoor terracotta planters to vases perfect for propagating, each one is a no-brainer for plant parents. The best part? Most of them clock in at under $25. 

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But you don’t have to have a green thumb to enjoy everything on offer. Floral-pattern pillows give off a similar effect without the constant watering, and a botanical-scented candle will make your home at least smell like you’re really great at tending to blooms. 

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Also in the new drop: indigo cushions, a terry bathrobe, a cute bee basket, and even a candle that comes in a metal can—which, by the way, would make a great vessel for a succulent. Just saying. 

Put It in Neutral

White goes with everything, and the wiggly leaf pattern keeps it interesting. Pair it with an equally wild bird’s-nest fern.

Bohemian Rhapsody

A rattan pot sets a relaxed vibe that goes great with other natural materials like linen and unfinished wood.

Basic, but Better

This riff on a classic terracotta planter is much more stylish than what you’ll find at the nursery.

Bubble Up

Brighten up your WFH desk with this small dose of effervescence, and watch as your back-to-back Zoom meetings become more bearable.

Cut It Out

There’s no rule that says you have to propagate plants in empty jam jars. Place cuttings in a globe vase that showcases their growth.

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Julie Vadnal

Deputy Editor

Julie Vadnal is the deputy editor of Domino. She edits and writes stories about shopping for new and vintage furniture, covers new products (and the tastemakers who love them), and tours the homes of cool creatives. She lives in Brooklyn.

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