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12 Must-Have Houseplants Tools for Your Jungalow

12 Must-Have Houseplants Tools for Your Jungalow

Take a look at these houseplants tools you must-have to keep your plants happy and healthy.

Finding the perfect corner for your plant, feeding and watering it on time, and increasing the humidity is just the beginning of being a plant parent. For your plant to grow happy and healthy, it’s important to have the right houseplants tools. Trust us, your efforts will be more effective. But before you roll up your sleeves and get your hands dirty, what are the basic houseplants tools do you need to get started?


Drip Trays

Houseplant drip trays or waterproof pads are a must-have tool to protect your furniture. It’s cheap, and it’s available at any plant shop. We recommend a cork mat with plastic backing to protect your furniture from scratches from rough planter bottoms and water stains.



One of the houseplants tools that’s always a good idea to have is a decent pair of gardening gloves to keep your hands from getting dirty. Plus, it’s much better to wear gardening gloves when dealing with heavy-duty gardening tasks or with tough weeds. Place them right in your container of potting soil to make sure you always have them when you need them.


Hand Trowel

A hand trowel is a small gardening tool used for applying fertilizer, digging, moving small amounts of soil or seedlings, and smoothing.


Houseplant Fertilizer

One of the houseplants tools that you must have for your plant to grow happy and healthy. All general-purpose fertilizers contain the basic macronutrients that houseplants or indoor plants need, like nitrogen for healthy foliage growth, phosphorus for bigger, healthier blooms, and potassium for strong room system. It’s best to feed your houseplants every two weeks to once every few months, depending on the type of plant and the type of fertilizer you’re using. For houseplants or indoor plants, they should be fertilized regularly during the growing season. Avoid feeding your houseplants or indoor plants during cold months or winter.

Pebble Trays

One of the houseplants’ tools to help you increase the humidity is to use pebble trays. Any shallow dish, such as plastic drip trays filled with aquarium stones, decorative marbles, or pea gravel, will do. Then fill the plate with water and put your plant on top. As the water in the pebble tray evaporates, it increases the moisture in the air.


Plant Mister

If you have a lot of tropical houseplants, it’s best to keep a fine-mist spray bottle of water on hand. This is another way of increasing the humidity in the space. We recommend that you mist your plants’ first thing in the morning so that the leaves have time to dry the whole day.

Potting Mix

It’s best to keep some potting mix on hand in case you purchase a new plant, or you need to repot your plant. Store it in a plastic container to keep it dry.



One of the houseplants tools that you should have is a sharp pruner to properly trim your plants, especially thick stems or unwanted branches. Remember to purchase rust-resistant blades with a comfortable grip handle. It should deliver a sharp, clean-cut to your houseplant so that it will heal faster.


Pruning Scissors

Aside from having a sharp houseplant pruner, you also need pruning scissors for deadheading flowers or houseplants or hard-to-reach places. Similar to houseplant pruner, it should be rust-resistant, and it should deliver a sharp, clean-cut to your houseplant.


Soil Knife

One of the houseplants tools that you must-have when it comes to repotting houseplants of all sizes. A soil knife has a serrated edge and strong blade, which helps loosen roots before repotting. Use your soil knife by sliding it gently around the pot to loosen the roots. You can also use a soil knife to transfer a new plant to a new planter.


Soil Scoop

It’s quite similar to a hand trowel, but soil scoop helps you to pick up generous amounts of soil at once. Plus, it’s also a great tool for repotting houseplants, especially larger plants. We highly advise you to clean your soil scoop with soap and water after each use.


Watering Can

The last item on our list of houseplant tools is pretty obvious. A watering can is a must-have tool of every plant parent. However, we recommend that you skip the big cans with the sprinkler head and opt for small watering cans with a long and narrow gooseneck style spout since a lot of houseplants require to be watered from the crown or at the base. Plus, it’s easier to control the water flow.

If you want gorgeous plants, you must have the proper houseplant tools that will do the job. Additionally, these houseplant tools will make indoor gardening easier and more successful. Grow your plant knowledge. Check out our Plant Care blog to learn more about different houseplants and tips on how to keep your plants alive and healthy.

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