Designing and creating the perfect front yard and backyard landscapes is the dream of any homeowner. You tend to your garden and tackle easy garden projects on the weekends and your days off. During the winter months, as outdoor gardens and flower beds sit dormant, many gardeners truly miss tending to and nurturing their plants. But an indoor garden can exercise your green thumb all year long — and liven up your home, too. Envision an abundance of houseplants – trailing from hanging pots, sculptural cacti and succulents on shelves or large leaved varieties in floor planters.
Yes, houseplants are here to stay! Create your own collection this autumn by using them in every corner of your home. Not only do they filter the air for you, they also add the most perfect decorative element to a home, colour. Add in some fresh blooms and you will create a soothing space that will combat any dark thoughts about the cold and sometimes dreary autumn and winter. By simply adding a fresh bouquet of peonies to your living room setting, your space will instantly feel fresh.
Houseplants filter the air, add colour and life, and dress up your rooms’ decor. Scientific studies also have shown that houseplants can have a calming, relaxing effect on people. Flowers and greenery add a touch of warmth and character to your home all year round. Whether you choose to add seasonal blooms or create a festive atmosphere using deep reds, ivy and holly, there is no reason why you can’t keep your home flourishing with living things throughout the year.
Houseplants add beauty with foliage and flowers to the inside of your house. When choosing new houseplants take into consideration the type of care, colour, and fragrance that come along with the plants you choose. Some of the most colourful and easy-care indoor plants thrive in low-light conditions. Blooming plants add a welcome touch of colour to inside spaces; use them to add colour and life to every room in your home.
Growing houseplants is a wonderful way to add attractive foliage and flowers to indoor spaces. There is a houseplant for every living space, from small-scale terrariums to miniature trees. When you are choosing houseplants to fill your space, try to choose the best houseplants to bring life and beauty to your home. You can try a pretty fringed fern palm, or maybe just opt for some sweet little succulents in the bathroom to get started. It is very important to keep your houseplants healthy all year long. Succulents are the perfect plant for forgetful gardeners. Succulent care is easy, and succulent gardens and terrariums can brighten any indoor space.
You can also grow edible plants indoors, potted herbs for your culinary and dietary uses. It is especially satisfying to nurture and harvest edible plants indoors during the days of winter’s chill. They make for delicious, soothing teas or lively additions to salads and desserts. Use fresh herbs in your recipes, dry them for use later, or use them in either form to make long-lasting herbal vinegar and oils. And if you have got small children around, it is a fun way to introduce them to the joys of gardening.
As you discover which plants are best suited to your home and your taste buds, you will find that the sky—or, rather, the ceiling — is the limit!