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Home Forest | Interior Micro Gardens

Home Forest | Interior Micro Gardens

Featured in international plant book; Home Forest | Micro Gardens at Home by Francesc Zamora Mola.

This hobby book will feature clusters of potted plants, terrariums, mossariums, Kokedama, Wabi-kusa, wallscapes, and hydroponic systems. These decorating elements of the home occupy very little space and require little maintenance. They are ideal for small homes that don’t have much scope for outdoor gardening. These portable small gardens are growing art that sparks creativity. The possibilities are endless.

Hass Botanical offers a wide variety of plants and contemporary accessories that give the home the lush green feeling of nature. The wide botanical diversity ensures that there are plants for any indoor space, making them more inviting. Plants add to each other’s beauty, creating artful compositions.

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Urban List Feature 2019

Urban List Feature 2019

THE VERDICT

If you're as crazy about indoor plants as we are, you're going to want to get yourself to Hass & Co Botanics in Leederville on the double. 

One of Perth's best indoor plant stores, you'll think you've died and gone to jungle heaven when you walk into Hass & Co. It's covered in greenery, stocking all of your favourite tropical plants that thrive indoors.

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STM Home Edit Feature | Organic Beauty

STM Home Edit Feature | Organic Beauty

Organic Beauty | Curves and textures create a calming look

STYLE TIP: Get this inviting, pretty look at home by teaming natural materials such as timber and cane with on-trend hues of burnt ochre and coral pinks. Soft curves are key to a restful atmosphere, while tactility is also important - think woven fibres and macrame, and the softest of rugs to welcome bare feet.

- Home Edit with Maya Anderson

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The Interior Design Institute Feature Hass & Co Botanics

The Interior Design Institute Feature Hass & Co Botanics

Meet Casey O'Callahan, this months #IDIstudent winner and owner of Hass & Co Botanics Perth! 🌿

Hass & Co Botanics is Perth's leading indoor plant store for styling inspiration and greenery. With a passion for all things interiors, combined with a love of indoor plants, we aim to inspire our customers to create a stylish sanctuary in their home or office.

Hass & Co Botanics is a Perth based indoor plant boutique owned and operated by Casey & Cal. Starting with Casey's passion for nature and greenery and fuelled by the couples experience in small business and retail, Hass & Co Botanics sprung into life at the end of 2017.

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Featured in 'Greening in Style'

Featured in 'Greening in Style'

We are truly honoured to be featured in an international plant book 'Greening in Style' alongside local brand, Leaf & Moss.

There is much more to interiors filled with plants than meets the eye. Plant arrangements can be seen as an inexpensive way to decorate a home, but in fact, the use of plants in an interior has benefits that are often overlooked. 
Plants add dimension to interiors and make them feel lively. They strengthen the connection with nature and reflect an appreciation of the botanical world. The presence of plants in a home counteracts the negative effects of city living by improving air quality and regulating temperature and humidity levels...

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STM Hot List 2019 featuring the humble fern.

STM Hot List 2019 featuring the humble fern.

The highly anticipated STM Hot List edition features the ultimate guide to the 100 trends, people and places to set the year ahead. The experts have highlighted the best in fashion, food, venues, events, people and what everyone will be talking about and experiencing in 2019.

Number #14 - Fern Fancy - The fussy and fickle Fiddle Leaf Fig has had its time in the (gently filtered) sun and it's time to make way for the hottest houseplant of 2019 - the humble fern.

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What's Hot? Don't forget to water, sustainably, on the inside.

What's Hot? Don't forget to water, sustainably, on the inside.

Sustee Water Meter

It isn't only our gardens that need a but of help surviving the long, hot summer. Indoor plants can also feel the heat and this nifty device takes the guesswork out of looking after your favourite potted greenery.

Simply place the Sustee water monitor into the soil and when it's bright blue, the plant is happy. When it's white, it's time to give it a drink.

Available in three sizes and its refillable core is designed to last up to nine months before it needs replacing. 

We are thrilled to be featured in the What's Hot section of the Seven Days Magazine on 29th December 2018.

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