It’s that time again to start moving back into the dorm which means a fresh start to take on a new semester. A new semester is a new season so you can expect new professors, new friends, new opportunities, and even new roommates.
At the Flowermart Florist, we hope that college is an exciting and flourishing time in your life. We also hope you find the best roommate. In fact we can help you be paired with a roommate that compliments your style, and works well with your study habits.
Here’s a list of our top favorite roommates that are ideal for the #dormlife.
Succulents come in all shapes, sizes, and colors. Whether your dorm style is boho, modern, minimalist, etc., there’s a succulent that totally digs your vibes. They’re also the perfect coffee date!
They are simple to care for so you don’t have to worry about taking too much of your studying time to take care of your succulent. The best thing is that succulents are forgiving when you’re forgetful about watering them. Check out this blog post by our friends at Miami Flower Market on how to properly take care of succulents here.
Orchids are ideal for adding chic elegance to your dorm’s ambience. They’re also great studying partners with their blooms that will inspire creativity and productivity into your study habits. Their blooms come in all sorts of colors. If you have a smaller space, espresso orchids are a simply adorable and perfect fit.
Orchids are simple to take care of, and won’t take much time out of your college schedule. They require to be watered once a week, and do well in shady areas where they receive some indirect sunlight. To make sure their beautiful blooms last, keep them away from strong drafts caused by air conditioners.
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Airplants are great for adding some spunk into your space. They don’t require a pot with soil so you can feel free to get creative with airplants to express your dorm style. You can hang them on your wall or place them in a terrarium. The possibilities are endless! A rule of thumb is to water airplants once a week, soaking them in a bowl or sink for about 10-20 minutes. Once they’re done soaking, place the airplants on a towel so they can dry.