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Succulent plants come in an amazing array of colors and leaf textures and combining them is fun and interesting. Colors and textures that you wouldn't think would go together can be put into a beautiful container garden arrangement.There are hundreds, if not thousands of succulent plants to choose from and many have varying light and care requirements. From succulent wreathes to ultra modern containers, from small succulent dish gardens to multi-tier structures, there are tons of ideas how to integrate this creations into your living environment.
Succulent Garden & Cacti Ideas
Vertical gardening has shown up in trade journals and garden magazines around the world in early 80th. Some call it Living Walls, Biowalls, Ecowalls, Living Pictures or just a Green Walls. It was recent surge in popularity of this type of interior and exterior design. Vertical gardens are an alternative for gardeners who don't have a lot of horizontal space, want to cover an unattractive wall, or just want something different.
Living Walls & Vertical Gardens
We focused on herb gardens specifically because besides being a nice indoor decoration
you can actually have quite a few benefits from it. First aromatherapy is a form of herbal medicine. Relaxing herbs such as chamomile and lavender are good example of this kind.
Then the most common and popular herbs - seasoning and flavouring herbs like lemongrass, chives, mint, parsley, oregano, vietnamese coriander, thyme, rosemary, basil and others.
Then herbs you can make salads from like mesclun lettuces topped with some chives, dill, oregano and basil. And finally herbal mecine is also very popular in many countries.
Herbs like Aloe vera, nettles, calendula, dandelion and others.
You can grow and cultivate fresh herbs year round in your kitchen or on any windowsill.
with our wide selection of herb garden ideas.
Don't forget that gardening is good for our souls, well being and certainly our stress level.
Indoor Herb Gardens
Air Plants, also known as Tillandsia,
don't require soil to grow, only moderate light and a good soak every week. They are so low-maintenance because water and nutrients are absorbed through the leaves. The roots are used as anchors only.
There are more then 500 different varieties of this plant.
Beautiful as modern home decor, in terrariums or as incredibly unique housewarming or all-occasion gifts, these little guys have so much personality, you might just want to name each and every one!
Various air plant ideas
Don't forget that misting is generally not sufficient even if done daily.