Five indoor garden ideas for a refreshing new fall



It’s now fall and the trees will lose all their leaves soon. Nature will start to get ready for the cold winter. But your home can stay fresh all year long. You can create a lovely indoor garden and just have some planters in your house for a refreshing atmosphere. Here are a few suggestions.

1. Porcelain planters.

This is a set of three porcelain and cotton rope hanging planters. You can hang them on a wall at any height. Their exterior is hand-sanded and the interior is clear glazed. They are all medium in size and measure 4″ high x 3.75″ wide. The planters have white cotton rope straps and they can also be used as storage containers for small objects.Available for $120.

2. Monogramed planter box.

If you want something personalized and original you can opt for this lovely monogramed planter box. It would make a great centerpiece or accent piece. You can hang it on the wall, on the front door or you can place on the mantle. It would also be a beautiful gift. You will receive a handmade wood box, a collection of large, medium and small plants, care instructions and hardware. You can choose the size and the color.Available for $89.

3. Modern mini planters.

If you don’t have a lot of space, these mini planters are perfect. They are great for small plants and cacti. They are each hand-dipped in a bright color and the set includes four models: pink, yellow, orange and purple. The colored portion is covered in a soft rubbery plastic so they planters are also non-slip. Their dimensions are 2-1/8″ tall x 1-11/16″ wide.Available for $24.

4. Open-face terrariums.

If you wish to admire your plants in their entire beauty, a transparent glass terrarium such as this one would be perfect. They allow you to grow your favorite plants in a shallow planting space and to make them the stars of your décor. The terrariums are round in shape and have a wide opening. They are hand-blown glass orbs. Small (8.7″diam. x 7.5″h) and large (Large: 9.5″diam. x 8″h) versions are available. From 16 euros.

5. Vertical garden.

A vertical garden can help you save lots of space and to also create a very interesting piece for your home. This one features a 20″x20″ tray that contains 45 slanted planting cells. These cells support the plants and soil once mounted on the wall. You can make your own vertical garden using a pallet. Available for $79.


Published by in How To, Tips, and Advice, on September 7th, 2012

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