No wonder gardening is increasingly popular and even considered a form of therapy. It is more stress relieving than other leisure activities and allows us to grow our own food, get closer to nature, and make our own space to relax and enjoy.
If you live in an apartment without open space, a garden full of life and abundance may feel like a distant dream. But don’t be afraid! With five simple indoor garden ideas, you can turn even the smallest space into a piece of heaven.
1. Herb Garden In Suitable Rooms Even In the Small House
Apartment dwellers are no stranger to growing portions on the windowsill, but small living spaces have pushed a new wave of innovative ideas to grow indoors, such as these vertical herb growers.
2. Fairy Garden That You Can Be Creative
Fairy Park is so magical! This adorable mini garden contains native plants, grows, requires little space, and is said to bring luck to your home. They are perfect small-scale gardening projects to inspire children – even though adults will also love gardening and decide which small features will be added next!
3. Vegetable Garden Suitable For Parties
If you have a balcony or terrace, you might be surprised at how easy it is to plant vegetables with very little space! Plants that grow well in pots and will grow on your balcony include lettuce, spinach, tomatoes – which are new gardeners’ best friends – and many other healthy foods including carrots, cucumbers, and pumpkins.
4. A Small DIY Terrarium That You Can Control Anywhere
Like fairy gardens, terrariums are bigger than they are, creating a small universe that can easily be lost. Succulents are perfect tenants for terrariums – they like lots of light, so what is contained in a glass is ideal. Because the glass casing functions as a mini greenhouse, terrarium plants thrive in bright rooms, but away from direct sunlight. To save space, they can even be hung on the ceiling!
5. A Delicious Garden to Bring Nature Into The Room
For a unique home with affordable and natural succulents, try planting it in hollow logs or a piece of driftwood. Suitable for indoor and outdoor spaces, natural wood planters can be hung from above, placed on balconies or patios, or even used to create forest-inspired angles in your home.