Corridor garden

The best place for a houseplant is very often the spot that nothing else could fill. Be it on a walkway, a staircase, or landing, I love to use compact, eye-catching plants to draw the eye and make an impression.

A well-lit spot

Jay

Jay

Yucca Elephantipes

£65.00

Alice

Alice

Small pink orchid

£30.00

Spike

Spike

Tiny Cactus

£3.00

Small Suri

Small Suri

Small succulent

£5.00

Tiny Suri

Tiny Suri

Tiny succulent

£3.00

Tiny trio pot

£3.00

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You don't want anything getting in the way of corridors or doorways. So avoid soft palms and instead opt for compact or narrow shapes, such as the Yucca and the large orchid.

– Freddie, Founder of Patch

A dimly lit spot

Rick

Rick

Dracaena Fragrans

£80.00

Liv

Liv

Large white orchid

£25.00

Cassie

Cassie

Large Zamioculcas

£25.00

Sammy

Sammy

Small Zamioculcas

£7.50

Tiny Bertie

Tiny Bertie

Tiny Boston fern

£3.00

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Corridor garden

Fill a space, even the tightest spot, with a plant. You'll be amazed at how it can transform it. The devil is in the detail: smaller plants such as succulents and tiny ferns can really perk up a space.