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Do you give your plants nicknames?

Naming your houseplants can be a fun and creative way to personalize your green friends. Here are some ideas:

  • Choose a name based on the plant's characteristics, such as "Spike" for a spiky cactus or "Fernando" for a fern.

  • Name your plant after a favourite character from a book or movie, such as "Harry" for a plant with lightning-shaped leaves, or "Groot" for a plant that resembles the character from Guardians of the Galaxy.

  • Name your plant after a friend or family member, such as "Aunt Rose" for a rose bush or "George" for a plant that reminds you of your grandfather.

  • Use a name that reflects the plant's origin or species, such as "Panda" for a bamboo plant or "Olive" for an olive tree.

  • Choose a name that is punny or humorous, such as "Fernando Pessoa" for a fern or "Holly Golightly" for a holly plant.

Looking for some clever names? Here are a few of our favourites:

  1. Leafy McLeaferson

  2. Sir Sprouts-a-Lot

  3. Audrey II (from Little Shop of Horrors)

  4. Phil the Philodendron

  5. Marley and Me (for a pair of plants)

  6. Spike Lee (for a spiky plant)

  7. Vera the Aloe Vera

  8. Buzz the Spider Plant

  9. Pippi Long-Stemming (for a tall plant)

  10. Oscar the Grouch (for a plant that likes to live in the dirt)

  11. Twiggy Stardust

  12. Captain Chlorophyll

  13. The Foliage Four

  14. Sassy Succulent

  15. Frondly McBride

  16. Bonsai Buddy

  17. The Potted Posse

  18. The Ficus Foursome

  19. Cacti Claus

  20. Fern Gully

  21. Keanu Leaves

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