If you’re looking for the best houseplant books or light reading about indoor plants, look no further! We’ve compiled a list of the 15 best books for houseplant lovers. Whether you’re just starting out with plants or you’re a seasoned green thumb, these houseplant books will provide you with all the information you need to keep your indoor plants healthy and happy.
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Without further ado, read on to see our full list of best houseplant books that are great for bathroom perusing, bedside lullabying or plant nook hangs. Let us know your favorite!
Plantopedia: The Definitive Guide to Houseplants
The ultimate plant guide with over 130 plant profiles. This book is not only detailed in its care tips but beautiful as well. From succulents to rare plants, this guide has everything you need to know about keeping your plants thriving.
The Houseplants Guide for Beginners and Plant Lovers
This book is perfect for anyone who is just starting out with houseplants. It provides detailed information on a wide variety of plants, including how to choose the right plant for your home, how to care for it, and what to do if things go wrong.
Urban Jungle: Living and Styling with Plants
This book is a favorite in our household and looks beautiful on any coffee table . The author, Igor Josifovic, is a stylist and blogger who has a flair for styling with plants. His book is filled with beautiful photos of plants in real homes, as well as helpful tips on how to style your own home with plants.
The Little Book of Cacti and Other Succulents
Looking for the perfect bathroom book? Look no further. This book is packed with some of the most common cacti and succulents to add to your home. It includes information on how to care for them, as well as beautiful photos of each plant.
Root Nurture Grow: The Essential Guide to Propagating and Sharing Houseplants
Did you know that you can grow another plant from your favorite plant right in your own home? Root Nurture Grow is the perfect book to start your propagating journey. It includes information on a variety of plants, as well as step-by-step instructions on how to propagate them.
How Not to Kill Your Houseplant: Survival Tips for the Horticulturally Challenged
Not everyone is born with a green thumb and that’s ok! If you’re struggling to keep your plants alive- How Not to Kill Your Houseplant is here to help. Packed with tips and tricks on how to care for your plants, this book will have you on your way to keeping healthy, thriving plants in no time.
The Leaf Supply Guide to Creating Your Indoor Jungle
If you’re looking to transform your home into an indoor greenhouse, look no further. The Leaf Supply Guide to Creating Your Indoor Jungle is packed with tips and tricks on how to do just that. From plant care to design, this guide has everything you need to turn your home into a jungle oasis.
Succulents (Idiot’s Guides)
Does your succulent seem to die after only a week in your care? This book is for you! If you want to learn how to properly take care of succulents, this guide is a must. With information on pests, diseases, and watering, this guide has everything you need to keep your succulents flourishing.
RHS Practical House Plant Book: Choose The Best, Display Creatively, Nurture and Care, 175 Plant Profiles
Worried about keeping your plants alive? This book is for you. The RHS Practical House Plant Book is a guide to choosing the best plants for your home, as well as how to nurture and care for them. With 175 plant profiles and step by step plant projects, this book has everything you need to create and maintain your indoor jungle.
Houseplants for Beginners: A Practical Guide to Choosing, Growing, and Helping Your Plants Thrive
If you’re feeling overwhelmed with where to start with your houseplant journey – Houseplants for Beginners: A Practical Guide to Choosing, Growing and Helping Your Plants Thrive is a great place to start. With information on a variety of plants, as well as care tips and tricks, this guide will help you to create and maintain a healthy indoor jungle.
New Plant Parent: Develop Your Green Thumb and Care for Your House-Plant Family
The New Plant Parent by Darryl Cheng is a complete guide to growing house plants, from selecting the correct light to basic maintenance like watering and fertilizing to selecting the right pot. This is a wonderful book for anyone who has ever taken care of plants, or for novice plant parents seeking a refresher.
Wild at Home: How to style and care for beautiful plants
Not sure which plant looks best in which room or how much light it needs? In Wild at Home you’ll have all of the information you need to care for your plants, where to put them, how to grow them, how to find the perfect pot, and much more. Most importantly, you’ll learn how to arrange them so that they look their best.
Don’t Repot That Plant!: And Other Indoor Plant Care Mistakes
Any new and old plant parent alike tend to make silly mistakes when it comes to caring for their plants. This book is perfect for anyone who wants to avoid those mistakes. From watering tips to light requirements, this guide is your one-stop shop for all things plant care.
How to Houseplant: A Beginner’s Guide to Making and Keeping Plant Friends
Another plant beginner favorite – How to Houseplant: A Beginner’s Guide to Making and Keeping Plant Friends is a detailed guide with the 50 most popular houseplants. Plant profiles are broken down into light requirements, soil, temperature and more. In addition, this guide offers tips on how to keep your plants healthy and thriving.
Houseplants: The Complete Guide to Choosing, Growing, and Caring for Indoor Plants
Look no further for your all in one houseplant guide! Houseplants: The Complete Guide to Choosing, Growing, and Caring for Indoor Plants will help you introduce your new plants into your home. This book will assist you in growing and maintaining a healthy indoor jungle by providing information on a range of plants, as well as care instructions and methods.
After reviewing some of the best houseplant books, it’s evident that there is a book out there for every type of plant parent. Whether you’re a beginner or a seasoned pro, there’s a book that can help you take your plant care to the next level. So, what are you waiting for? Get growing!