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So, you've ended up with a home full of houseplants, but how do you display them to make the most of their best features? I talk to North London-based interior designer and houseplant enthusiast Emilie Fournet about statement plants, why the fiddle leaf fig is the plant of the moment, how to match pots with plants, and when it's absolutely OK to use fake plants (yes really!). If you're intrigued by the idea of using fakes in tricky areas of your house, Emilie recommends two brands to look out for - Abigail Ahern and Artificial Green.
Listener Sarah who is @perthplantlady on Instagram wanted to identify the strange nubs on her Monstera deliciosa. I was happy to reassure her that they were aerial roots, the way Monsteras climb through the jungle in their native climes. if your Monstera is putting out aerial roots, consider constructing or buying a moss pole to support its growth.
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