Things To Consider To Beautify Your Indoor Garden

On February 10, 2019 by Preeti Shah

If you are living in an apartment and do not have many options for gardening or you still want to carry on farming in the dead of winter, do not fret, indoor gardening is a viable option for you. Aside from reaping a bounty harvest of your favorite vegetables, indoor gardening is suitable for growing seedlings for transplanting into a farm or continuing growth after transplanting.

Mainly they don’t occupy a lot of space and can survive in room corners, window sills or balconies. They grow in containers in a process called potting. Plants emanate oxygen which cleanses the air within the environment. People who reside in industrial cities that experience constant smog relies on. Indoor planting may help to purify the air would and provide fresh air in their apartments. More on plants like Bonsai tree provide aesthetic beauty to your home.

Let’s talk about things to consider beautifying your indoor garden.

1. Check For Indoor Garden Space

 

Check For Indoor Garden Space

Find a reasonable place that does not hamper your movement. While deciding on a suitable space for indoor plants consider access to get the natural light and avoid high traffic areas such as corridors or entryways. Make sure if you have a younger child your garden do not cause any accident or trouble you.

2. Soil And Mulch

 

Regular garden soil is like rocket fuel for indoor plants, the mulch, watering, and weed are necessary. Plants’ roots together and provides a myriad of nutrients that are necessary for plants to thrive. Potted plants dry out faster, and overwatering plants leads to wilting in the stems. However, under watering causes leaves to drop prematurely.

3. Organic Nutrients

Organic Nutrients

You need to provide a natural boost of nutrients by applying organic fertilizer as indoor plants do not grow in soil automatically. Read the instructions on the product to know how much fertilizer to be used at a time and the frequency of application. If you are not keen on using fertilizer, you may choose to use Hydroponic nutrients or homemade compost.

4. Natural Lights

Natural Lights

Plants need light just as nutrients are essential for the well-being of the body. It helps plants to grow healthy foliage and bear fruits. The winter season tends to be gloomy so that the plants would get limited lights to ensure the space where it can get full light as per requirement to grow. It should not be too bright nor too dull.

5. Check The Humidity

Check The Humidity

Lack of moisture may cause the plants to wither or lose their leaves. The creative way of getting enough moisture to indoor plants is to place the plants together so they can get humidity from one another. Either evaporation is an excellent source of moisture for plants or puts the tray of water next to your plants has a similar humid effect as living near large water – sea or ocean.

6. Temperature

Temperatures vary from day and night and from one season to the next season, so the plants need correct temperatures to grow and mature. Cold temperatures may cause yellowing of leaves however hot temperatures may lead to stunted growth. Analyze the right temperatures for the type of plants you want to grow for your indoor garden and adjust as required.

7. Selecting Plants

Choose The Right Indoor Plant

After considering the fundamental elements of indoor gardening, you can now choose the type of plants you wish to grow in your home. Since space is likely to be an issue for apartment dwellers, avoid plants that grow too big as they will eat into your living space. Of course, you don’t want to create a jungle in your home. Include conventional plants for indoor gardening like flowers, herbs, fruits, bonsai trees.

Conclusion

Lack of land to garden shouldn’t thwart you from growing your favorite vegetables or flowers. Indoor gardening is possible in the small space of the home or the balcony area. Aforesaid your indoor plants can get the same amount of the sunshine, water, and nutrients required to grow for maturity and harvest.

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