If you are a nature lover, but don’t live in a house with a garden don’t worry! You can still enjoy having your favorite plants when living in a flat. Balcony is a perfect place for that! You just need to free some space and even if there is not much you can plant your garden vertically. Here are some ideas of how you can do that nicely.
There is also an option for creating a miniature village as a garden space inside your house. The small plants should be dominant in this creation, but use also any other elements like small houses, tiles etc. that are necessary to create the whole village look.
Use some succulent plants, pebbles, recycle some things, be creative and your indoor garden will be ready in no time.
Making a mini vertical garden is also a possibility and a very creative idea your bare wall to get a complete makeover.Photo via www.gardenista.com
Make some pots using only glass and plastic bottles. This is a very cheap and easy project. Just plant some herbs and display them near the window to be sure they get enough light.
Old pipes are a great material for DIY project. Fill them with soil and plant some plants inside. They will be the most unique and eye catching garden version for indoors. The egg shells can also be used to plant some herbs inside them. It is optional to draw eyes on them or paint them in some color, but this way they will be more fun and cute.
Vertical gardening is absolutely the right choice if you don’t have too much space to place the flower pots on the ground.
Make a storytelling terrarium in some ceramic or metal container out of use.
Another idea for vertical garden using old jars.
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It is a fact that miniaturized indoor gardens are one of the best solutions for home décor. Use a glass container and create a small terrarium inside, or recycle your favorite old cup and use it for creating a beautiful miniature garden.
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Make a unique coffee table by transforming it into a miniature garden.
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