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Wild at Home: How to style and care for beautiful plants Hardcover – 1 April 2019
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- Publisher : CICO (1 April 2019)
- Language : English
- Hardcover : 144 pages
- ISBN-10 : 1782497137
- ISBN-13 : 978-1782497134
- Dimensions : 19.05 x 1.78 x 23.5 cm
- Best Sellers Rank: 49,218 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
- Customer Reviews:
'After following his popular?Instagram account, we were excited to hear that plant pro Hilton Carter was coming out with a book. The end result doesn't disappoint--it's full of plant care tips as well as stunning photos of Carter's plant-filled home' - Real Simple
Brimming with insights on?living with houseplants, including how to feed, water, pot, and style them. -?Martha Stewart Living
Everything you need to know in order to keep your houseplants Instagram-worthy at all times. -?Bustle
Hilton Carter has inspired thousands of people to fill their homes and workspaces with lush plants. -?Los Angeles Magazine
We work with Hilton because he's both a plant stylist and an incredible plant-care wizard. hilton doesn't just teach you how to get your plants to thrive-he teaches you how to bond with them. -?Apartment Therapy
You can really feel Hilton's love of plants in each page. . . . Whether you're looking to add some minimal greenery to your home or want to create a lush indoor jungle, Hilton has you covered. . . .gorgeous. -?Design *Sponge
...a wondrous indoor woodland that offers all the benefits of being outdoors without leaving home. - Dwell
Awe-inspiring - Chowhound.com
About the Author
Hilton Carter is a director, editor and fine artist, who loves making things with his hands. He is passionate about plants – his apartment is filled with over 200 – and has a loyal following on Instagram(@hiltoncarter) where he shares his knowledge of plant care and styling. Hilton is based in Baltimore, USA.
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This book will be perfect for you if you live in a giant home with floor to celling windows. Otherwise, don't bother. Most of the pictures in here aren't even from the author's home it seems- they from his carefully curated studio. Not exactly "Wild at Home".
Entire pages dedicated to why you should get a fancy spoon, a custom made apron, and an overrated test tube holder (coincidentally made and sold by the author!) as essential plant care tools.
There's a lot of talking about why he likes the way he's done things in his space, close to zero actual advice on how to adapt for different spaces.
I pre-ordered this but am disappointed in the content. Looks pretty, but unfortunately not much inside.
Hardcover, quality finished book.
If you want botanical detail there are other books with more to offer (get them, too) but this one is about basic care and style (which it's brimming with).