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Working from home: a guide to creating your new home office

The current situation we are facing has unfortunately changed our way of life more than we could ever have imagined in a very short amount of time. With working from home being actively encouraged wherever possible, it’s something that many people are now going to have to become accustomed to.  While some people may be…

Mothers Day Houseplants- Our Top 5 Plants To Say Thank You

For those of us who are lucky enough to be able to thank our Mums for everything they do (not to mention being the reason we exist), this is a great opportunity to give them a present that shouts Thank You!   Everyone loves to receive gorgeous greenery and this Mother’s Day why not make it…

How to create your own urban jungle with our large houseplant range

You may know that at The Little Botanical you can find the perfect little succulent, or an adorable house plant that sits perfectly on a coffee table but did you know we have now launched a Big Botanical range! These green beauties are amazing and we are super excited to show to you all this…

A Sustainable Collaboration: The Ketel One Espresso Martini Garden

We love doing collaborations and are a little excited to tell you all about what is going on this month. We have collaborated with Ketel One Vodka and have absolutely loved creating the most fabulous plant installation at the insta-famous Bourne & Hollingsworth Buildings.  For the whole of November, there will be a Ketel One…

Surround yourself with the things you love

Nature is most often at the centre of all things design and it continues to inspire and excite us!  Everyday at The Little Botanical HQ we come across all sorts of exciting home design that will, quite simply, make us happy and create a sense of well-being in our homes and gardens. Obviously right at the…

A brief guide to succulents

Modern history While succulents can apparently be traced back to the Ancient Egyptians, we wanted to take a look at how and when they started to become more popular in recent times. Apparently, a drought in California in 2011 was a key turning point. People had to fill their gardens with plants that were low…

Glasstop table with a new york print on the wall. On the table are three plants: a succulent, sansevieria fernwood punk and ficus ginseng. A leather bound notebook is also on the table with a pen on top of it.

Unique Gifts for Father’s Day – A little Father’s Day Foliage

In The Little Botanical team this week, we have been in Father’s Day planning mode. From looking at plant gangs to creating Father’s Day specific gift tags for our plants. Of course, we have also been ensuring we have the correct volumes of plants in stock so you lovely lot all have the chance to…

150 days of flower power with Magical Hydrangeas

Spring feels like it is finally here and Magical Hydrangeas are helping to make our homes more colourful and alive! Did you know that Magical Hydrangeas last for 150 days and slowly change colour over time? There are two varieties: the Magical Revolution, which starts as pink and gradually becomes a stunning dark red, and…

Photoshoot fun at The Little Botanical

We had the most fun the other week doing our photoshoot with the fabulous Julia Toms. We captured some fantastic shots of our Christmas range, the Christmas trees twinkled beside the fireplace and we enjoyed positioning cups coffee and mince pies (not forgetting the realistic pastry crumbs).  The gold tipped succulents (available on our site soon,…

A day in the life of…..

Jasmine from Montezuma’s Chocolates We love a little blog from our friends, and this month we are thrilled to have spoken to Jasmine Cotton from Montezuma’s Chocolates who heads up the marketing! We are huge chocolate fans at TLB HQ and we have a super exciting competition on our Instagram giving you the chance to…