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The new houseplant trend making a big impact in our homes this autumn

Forget mini succulents, Hydroponics is the new houseplant trend set to be big news for Autumn. Here is our pick of the best Hydroponics to bring the new trend into your home.

Hydroponics has been used for a while in underground urban farming. It involves growing plants in water instead of soil.

This makes it great space saver if you are looking to grow your own herbs and veg at home, but don’t have a garden. More and more people are also embracing the Hydroponic trend with their houseplants.

New trend alert: Hydroponics

‘More people than ever are embracing indoor gardening and with so much interest in houseplants, there has been an increase in people growing and then sharing plants with friends and family who have been inspired to have a go,’ explains Claire Bishop, Houseplant buyer at Dobbies.

‘Growing in water is one of the best ways to propagate a houseplant, so this is certainly one of the reasons behind the trend. They also look super stylish in a nice glass container and visually are very impactful, so get the Instagrammable seal of approval.’

When it comes to growing your own Hydroponics at home first decide whether you are keen to grow your own produce or a houseplant. When growing herbs and vegetables it is best to invest in a grow at-home kit. However, with houseplants, you can do this yourself with a glass container.

‘You don’t need much at all to get growing at home,’ says Claire. ‘As it’s easy to achieve with a simple clean glass container, some natural light and regular freshwater.’

Forget mini succulents, Hydroponics is the new houseplant trend set to be big news for Autumn. Here is our pick of the best Hydroponics.