Hi There, Fellow Gardeners!
This is AnnahMarie.
Today, Organic Gurlz Gardens of Fort Wayne, Indiana will be sharing information on Incorporating a Garden in Your Home.
Enjoying the garden while lounging on the deck is nice; but what if you brought the garden indoors?
We at Organic Gurlz Gardens are constantly innovating to transport some garden feel to the interior of a home.
Want to maintain the flow of the garden – straight inside?
Placing a few potted herbs such as Sage, Lemon Balm and Mint by an entry can add a pop of color and shed a delightful scent.
If you don’t necessarily have room to put plants in your entry way, consider this next option.
Mostly found in small sizes, terrariums resemble a fish tank that works as an indoor greenhouse.
Small terrariums are wonderful options for planting herbs and make chic décor items.
Some terrariums can even be custom built inside of a home to the scale of a bedroom!
Virtually anywhere you have a windowsill, (with a window, of course) you can place a plant.
For instance, you may put a Rosemary plant on the bathroom’s windowsill. After all, it can be used as a mouthwash!
Miniature terra cotta pots with seedlings sprouting add liveliness to the home – and a great topic for conversation.
(If you’re wondering about the Rosemary mouthwash, here is how to make it.)
Steep garden-fresh rosemary leaves in about pint of boiling water. Strain the leaves out and use the remaining liquid as a mouth rinse as frequently as the bad breath creeps up on you.
It will keep in the fridge if concealed.
Wine bottle racks:
You may have a quizzical look on your face right now, but wine bottle racks are great for planting!
Placing Mason Jars (or tiny no-stem wine glasses, if you want to keep the theme) filled with soil and seeds inside the rack holes is a space-saving way to garden indoors.
(In addition, this look compliments the atmosphere of the kitchen!)
Don’t forget to tell your kids, grandchildren , nieces and nephews about the Kids Oasis!
Don’t have a garden? No Worries! Contact Becca at Becca.b@OrganicGurlzGardens.
Keep on growing!
“Let The Muddy, Messy Girl Build Your Garden Today”
The Organic Gurlz Gardens
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