Updated: May 25
Sometimes the best way to make a room feel more like home is with a little plant friend cheering us up from a sunny windowsill, but not all of us are blessed with a green thumb, the time to look after them, or sunny windows. If this sounds like you, but you still want that lush house plant jungle vibe, don’t worry! You can achieve it without any of the mess or upkeep with crocheted houseplants! We’ve gathered some of our favourites below to inspire your creativity, and if you find yourself itching to get started creating your own yarn ecosystem, we have what you need at Crafty Llama!
We love this lush dark emerald foliage, gorgeous in royal blue!
This one really adds a lovely touch of whimsy!
Imagine having your own Variegated Monstera without the monster of a price tag!
We think you can never have too many succulents, and they look so amazing on this shelf together!
You can still use all those adorable plant pots! Such a lovely combination.
The nice thing about making your own is you can make them as big or small as you like to suit your space! This stunning Monstera certainly lives up to its name!
Another awesome thing about creating your own is not having to fret over more exotic plants and succulents that are sometimes difficult to keep alive, like in the lovely array of colourful options above!
A last little perk you can enjoy thanks to crocheted plants is not having to keep potentially toxic plants, like peace lilies, out of reach of your dear pets, and we think this one is gorgeous!
That sums up some of our top picks, but there are so many more out there, the possibilities are truly endless! We adore these no-maintenance plant friends. They would be absolutely great as a lasting gift too! If you would like to submit your own crocheted greenery for the chance to be featured in part 2 of our houseplant picks, feel free to email us or send us a message on Instagram, and don't forget to take a look at our website for all your crafty needs! Special thanks to all the creators who were kind enough to let us feature their beautiful works in this post! Please do visit their Instagrams by clicking the images above to see more of the lovely work they make!