Is your house feeling a bit bare now you’ve un-decked the halls? Have the lights, trees and tinsel left a hole in your interiors? Why not brighten up your home with a piece of living décor this National Houseplant Appreciation Day?
Remember, not only do they look beautiful and add a touch of nature to your space, but houseplants also have numerous benefits for your health and well-being. From improving air quality by filtering out toxins, to improving mood and productivity; filling your space with plants has been statistically proven to reduce stress and improve your mental and physical health.
Convinced? Go ahead, get green-fingered by treating yourself to houseplant from one of Salisbury’s great plant & flower shops:
Looking for something a little bit higher tech? Something between a fine art installation and a house plant? Look no further than the awesome Captive Worlds. Specialists in Aquascaping and Terrarium design, the team at Captive Worlds opened in 2021 after turning a hobby into their dream business venture. Why not head on down and chat to one of the incredible specialists on the team about all things terrariums, aquariums and paludariums – they’ll help you with supplies and design but can also create and install bespoke builds for you too.
Botanic Folk @ Brown Street
This beautiful plant pop-up has found its new winter-time home at Brown Street. Head behind the wonky yellow door and discover the amazing array of houseplants as well as the gorgeous pots and merch stocked (some of which are made by owner, entrepreneur, and all-round creative queen Charlie!).
LAH KOH Plant Swap
If you’re trying to save your pennies (maybe because you’ve already spent a small fortune on your in-door houseplant jungle like us…) then how about heading over to Lah Koh on the first Sunday of every month for their Plant Swap. Held 2pm-3pm each month, houseplant lovers can bring cuttings and plants they’ve fallen out of love with and exchange for a new plant!
Opened in 1969, Shirley Snells Florist is one of the longest established florists in Salisbury and the business has been owned by a local family since June 2006. Primely located on the corner of Milford and Brown Street, Shirley Snells is a stalwart in the Salisbury business horizon. The expert team are incredibly knowledgeable, helpful, and always understanding – happy to work on anything from wedding flower arrangements to choosing your next houseplant.
Positioned at the end of Fisherton Street, Gullicks is the longest trading florist in the city founded in 1906. This beautiful shop is a haven of plants, florals, and foliage. Their friendly and experienced team will help you with everything from bouquets to houseplants big and small. They even have some awesome sculptural houseplants made from combining traditional plants with amazing air plants (plants that grow on other plants needing no soil.)