Regardless of the season, an indoor garden means always having lush greenery and blossoming blooms to enjoy in your space—and maybe even fresh herbs and veggies, too. Read on to get inspired and get started.
Big Garden, No Floor Space
A plant and a decoration
With the upside down planter by BOSKKE, you save floor space and turn traditional planters on their heads. Hang one from the ceiling and watch as plants like an orchid, fern, or even tomatoes happily grow upside down. “But won’t the plant fall out?” Nope. The planter locks soil in place. And a terracotta watering disc buried in the soil provides consistent watering for up to two weeks.
Configure your greens
Vertical gardening is a great way to save counter and floor space, and Urbio’s Big Happy Family is a great way to create a vertical farm in everyday spaces. Mount the vertical farming system on the fridge, a wall, or desk. Tired of looking at the same design? The pods are interchangeable so you can mix and match plants however you like.
A bloom with a view
The Window Herb Planter by Urbz is a great way to bring your garden indoors. Grow herbs like basil and dill and watch your window become the center of attention—not to mention a great source of fresh produce. You may wonder: won’t the water pool at the bottom? Miraculously, no. The integrated drain holes and catch basin work together to create a complete urban gardening system so you won’t risk drowning your beloved plants.
Minimal Effort, Maximum Beauty
These self-watering planters will make indoor gardening a breeze—not to mention save you stress when you go away for a weekend.
The self-watering planters by LECHUZA are a great windowsill option. Pop a store-bought plant in its plastic pot—or move one of your favorite outdoor plants into a plastic pot—then pop it into one of these planters. Fill the water reservoir and voila! Your plant is all set for three months.
The names says it all
The Smart Garden by Click & Grow is one fool-proof way to start an indoor garden. All you need to do is refill the water tank one or two times a month and the kit will do the rest. Grow fresh herbs and produce year-round with this device. No green thumb needed.
Incorporating Plant Watering Spikes from GF Garden is a great way to upgrade your traditional potted plants. Insert the spike, attach a water bottle, and let the spike do its work. It will release water at a steady rate straight to the roots. It even comes with an adjustable flow in case your plant is thirstier than usual.
With the Self-Watering Windowsill Herb Garden by Urban Leaf, you create an elegant home for a self-watering herb garden. Pop one of their smart soil inserts and included seeds into a water-filled recycled wine or beer bottle and place it in a window. The sun will take it from there.
Terrariums are another great way to bring the outdoors in. With the Zodiac Stone Terrarium by Luludi Living Art, you can spice it up with beautiful decorations and colors. Housing a tiny garden of pebbles, a zodiac stone, and air plant, you can keep your tiny garden looking vibrant.
Perfectly drained pots
If you don’t have access to a plethora of small rocks, Better Than Rocks Planter Drainage Material lets you line the bottom of your planters and pots. It’s a lightweight, eco-friendly lining that ensures optimal drainage for your plant. After all, the last thing you want to do is flood your green baby.
Did you know dusty leaves can prevent your plant from absorbing light and other minerals? Now that you know, let us introduce you to the Plant & Leaf Cleaning Compound from Cyber Clean. You can keep your leaves dust- and particle-free so your beautiful greenery can absorb everything it needs to stay happy and healthy.
If you’re feeling cooped-up inside, adding some plants can help keep gloom at bay. Indoor gardening might lack the same sunshine, but it’s a great place to experiment with your planting creativity. Tell us what you come up with in the comments!
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