Hello everyone and welcome back to Styling with Jade, I hope you’ve all had a great weekend. This week I’m bringing the outdoors in and talking about the indoor garden. Most people think gardening is to much of a chore or that they will kill the plants after a week. But I’m here to give you some ideas of really simple gardens that are fairly easy to maintain which will hopefully ensure your experience with an indoor garden goes smoothly and successful the first time. So if your willing to take the leap and delve into the world of indoor gardens than please keep reading.
I’ve started with the easiest indoor garden ever the terrarium. If you haven’t heard of a terrarium before it is simply just a small garden inside some kind of glass containment. The best thing about the terrarium is you basically spray your terrarium every few days with a spray bottle and that’s it. Not only is the terrarium easy to look after its fun to create. You can buy your own materials and create something magical or you can buy a kit and create one using the materials included, don’t be afraid to experiment and add decorative items such as fairies or toadstools. If you would like to learn more about the terrarium than I have included a link that you can check out by clicking here.
Next is the indoor herb garden, not only does this look great in your kitchen or elsewhere if you choose its super practical. Above are a number of images of indoor herb gardens that are DIY, you can find all the links with the details on how to make each of them under the image. Be creative when it comes to these, make them your own and experiment when it comes to the design. If these aren’t what your looking for than head over to pinterest where there are a million other different options that you can use for your next DIY job.
Lastly is the vertical wall garden, this one is definitely a show stopper and will have people talking about your house even after they have left. The 2 pictures above are a DIY version and the instructions on how to build these are in the links above. If you feel you aren’t very handy on the tools or you just don’t have the time for a DIY job than there are a number of store bought or online vertical gardens that you can purchase.
That’s it for my indoor garden inspiration, I hope this has given you some ideas and encouragement to create your very own garden inside your home. Please give this a like if you enjoyed it, leave some comments below, and tell me what you would like to see in the coming weeks in a Sunday post. Thankyou for reading everyone.