The Sill's Valentine's Day Collection Is for Plant Lovers

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The Sill, the plant startup known for its chic pots in various on-trend colors, as well as its excellent blog full of tips for newbies on how to care for your new plants, has just released a new collection in time for Valentine's Day that includes plenty of gift ideas for green thumbs. The collection also includes adorable prints and even cross stitching kits for the love of your life who adores plants, but doesn't have room for another.


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Check out a few of our favorites below or go here to see the full collection.

Calathea Rattlesnake, $41

Calathea Rattlesnake plant from The Sill

With it's photo-ready leaves, the reptilian-like Calathea Rattlesnake is aptly named. This beauty comes in six different potting options, shown here in Blush.

Alocasia Polly, $38

Alocasia Polly plant from The Sill

The Alocasia Polly is an elephant ear plant with a beautiful white patterning that makes it stand out from the crowd. It comes potted in six different colors, shown here in Mint.

Preserved Fern Kokedama, $75

Preserved Fern Kokedama from The Sill

Kokedama is a Japanese art form whose name means "moss ball." It's the perfect plant for those near and dear to you who can't keep a plant alive. Simply hang and enjoy, no upkeep needed!

Monthly Plant Subscription, $35 per month

Monthly plant subscription from The Sill

If you'd like to keep the love going, you can opt to sign your partner or loved one up for The Sill's monthly subscription program. The Sill offers three different options: Plants for Beginners, Low Light Plants, and Pet-Friendly Plants.


Philodendron No. 1 Print, from $25

Philodendron No. 1 Print from The Sill

This print, by artist Sarah Golden, is perfect for plant lovers and is available in three different sizes.

Botany Cross Stitch Kit, $35

Botany Cross Stitch Kit from The Sill

This fun kit includes everything needed to create a finished cross stitch piece. It's perfect for those who lack a green thumb but still want to add some greenery to their space. Kit includes printed cross stitch pattern, aida cloth, embroidery hoop, embroidery thread, and needle.


Laura is a New York City-based freelance writer who writes about travel, food, and design. Her work has appeared in Architectural Digest, Bon Appétit, GQ, Condé Nast Traveler, and more. She's a sucker for a good curbside furniture find.