Meet the Maker: Bridget from Bridge the Gap

Meet the Maker: Bridget from Bridge the Gap

Okay, okay. You've probably noticed by now, we love sharing small businesses we love in the shop! One of the best parts of being a plant parent is being able to create more plants by propagation. Today, we'd like to introduce you to Bridget, maker of designed propagation stations that would look amazing in any home.

What inspired you to start your business?
I’m a stay at home mom with three kids and my youngest is 17. We will soon be empty nesters so what better time than now to find something that brings me joy.  I love interior design,  home decor, and DIY.  Making products to showcase plants started as something just for myself and friends. Only with the encouragement of friends and family has it evolved into a business and I am so grateful I listened and took a leap of faith to start my own business. I have so many dreams and goals and am excited to see what the future holds.

What has been your favorite part about owning a small business?
Seeing my products in other peoples homes.  There are so many choices for propagations stations and plant hangers. It is the highest compliment to have them choose me. Starting a business is hard work.  There are many ups and downs.  Many days when you doubt yourself.  I can’t tell you how many times I have asked myself “what the heck am I doing?” But each follow,  like, comment and share on social media is worth more than most people know.

Did you always see yourself owning a small business?
No, never! I’m definitely learning as I go and having so much fun with it.  I have tons to learn and the plant, DIY community has been so kind and helpful.
What's your number one tip for propagating plants? 
Patience! Rome wasn’t built in a day and neither are roots. Place your cutting in fresh room temperature water and bright indirect light for the best growth. Replace the water every 3-5 days and then wait for the magic to happen. It can take weeks to months depending on the plant. 
What plants do you find easiest to propagate? 
Pothos, all types. They are the most forgivable and can take a little neglect and still show some love. 
What plant is your favorite?
Oh its so hard to pick just one. I love any kind of trailing plant but when it really comes down to it, it has to be my fiddle fig. I’ve had her since she was just a little baby and she has grown so much in the last couple years.  I killed the first one I had so its good to know I can now keep one alive and thrive. 
Which plant-decorated room in your house is your favorite?
Easy choice.  My family room, it is the brightest room and has lots of shelves for plants.  I love sitting on my couch all by myself with a hot vanilla latte (even in the summer) admiring all of my plant babies.
What's your wishlist plant?
Alocasia Black Velvet. How can anyone resist those dramatic, beautiful arrow shaped leaves and silvery veins.  This will for sure be my next purchase
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