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„Pflanzendatierung’ Pop-up scheint Briten dabei zu helfen, ihren perfekten „Pflanzgefäß“ zu finden’

A “plant dating” pop-up has appeared in Londonto help Brits find their perfect “plantner”.

The ‘Lonely Plants Club’ match-making service has been set up to marry the public with the perfect houseplants to suit their lifestyles and personalities.

Mr Plant Geek Michael Perry wants Brits to find their perfect 'plantner'

Mr Plant Geek Michael Perry wants Brits to find their perfect ‘plantnerAnerkennung: SWNS

It gives them the opportunity to get to know a new houseplant love interest before getting too involved and taking one home.

Taking place at the Lucky Club Mayfair, the event was created after a study found 78 per cent of adults take their time researching their options before committing to a new ‘relationshipwith a houseplant.

It was set up by plant inspiration site, The Joy of Plants, with the help of TV’s Mr Plant Geek, and attendees at the launch of the pop-up last night were given the opportunity to find their perfect plant match and take it home with them.

The research also found the typical adult has owned a single plant for as many as five years, with just seven per cent claiming they have managed the same length of time in a human relationship.

Während 79 per cent browse Google for plant-spiration, mit 16 per cent turning to Instagram when looking for ideas.

Und 21 per cent admitted to being green with envy at anyone who has a thriving houseplant collection.

A spokesman, von TheJoyofPlants.co.uk, sagte: “Finding a new plant love isn’t all that different to finding a new partner. It takes a lot of research, some trial and error and a sprinkle of chemistry to find ‘the one’.

"So, we’ve set up this plant dating pop up to help match plant singletons with their leafy love matches.

As the winter nights are beginning to draw in, and we’ll be spending more time inside, we are encouraging everyone to get ‘plant-nered’ up.”

The study also found the average person boasts six potted pals in their home, und 61 per cent reckon they’re good at taking care of these botanical beauties.

Obwohl 60 per cent of those polled admitted they had let a plant die by not taking good enough care of it.

When deciding which plants to commit to, the top three ‘vital statistics’ adults look for include how much water they need, what type of light suits them and where they might fit in within their home’s current aesthetic.

And nine per cent believe houseplants and flowers make a good companion in their life, mit 34 per cent considering plants a great topic of conversation for a first date.

Es ist auch aufgetaucht 83 per cent would go as far to say they’d be impressed if someone had an extensive knowledge of plants.

Während 18 per cent would be more attracted to a love interest who has an enthusiasm for houseplants, as it shows they are caring (48 Prozent), have shared interests (65 Prozent) and are responsible (49 Prozent).

The poll of 2,000 plant enthusiasts, carried out via OnePoll, found six in 10 have taken a keen interest because it’s a great way of bringing nature inside your home.

Der Rat ist befugt, einen Fall vor das Amtsgericht zu bringen, wenn er entscheidet, dass es sich um eine gesetzlich vorgeschriebene Belästigung handelt

Während 51 per cent enjoy watching their beloved plants thrive and grow.

Mr Plant Geek, horticulturalist, TV presenter and host of the event, sagte: “Houseplants are a great way to experience the mood-boosting feelings you get from caring for someone – or something – else and watching them thrive and grow as a result of the time, care and attention you put into them.”

Research found the typical adult has owned a single plant for as many as five years

Research found the typical adult has owned a single plant for as many as five yearsAnerkennung: SWNS