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Tips for a Healthy Indoor Garden

Tips for a Healthy Indoor Garden

Spending time cultivating an attractive indoor garden is a great way to bring the outdoors inside. 

The power of an elegantly styled selection of plants and foliage in an interior is something we here at Homecolours truly appreciate. It’s something that we think all homes can benefit from. 

The latest designers pots and planters offer a range of different ways to make the most od an indoor garden. Different rooms and spaces can be detailed with the items in style. In many cases, they will look attractive and enticing on table tops, windowsills and desks. 

  

Take the above Umbra Terrapotta Planter, which showcases this versatility and craft in full. Featuring two metal bars which rotate to take in a 360 degree round span, the modern desktop planter is ideal for any surface. 

The grey metal stand is perfectly weighted to hold five mini terracotta pots at different angles. Great for showcasing a full range of plants and organic growth, the planter can be at the centre of a beautiful indoor garden. The fantastic planter certainly puts the terrapotta in terracotta! 

  

Every plant needs water, and you can keep yours healthy and fit with a well styled watering can. The above Ferm Living Liba Watering Can brings out a beautifully contorted creation for holding up to five litres of water in comfort. 

Easy to hold and pour, the watering can offers style and a composed design. Made entirely from recycled plastic, it’s also good for the environment. Available in a variety of colour shades, the can is an essential piece of gardening kit for keeping plants in the best condition. 

The genius of the above LSA Canopy Recycled Self Watering Planter is the fact that it can keep plants moist and watered all by itself. Handmade and made from recycled materials, the planter is the result of a collaboration with the Eden Project.

Featuring beautifully clear glass, the planter brings a lovely look to anywhere in the home.  The planter of the piece is in the upper chamber, while the lower part carries the water. A cotton wick allows water to travel up through a cork stopper straight to the plant’s roots in the top chamber. 

Marvellously effective and a lovely way to cultivate seedlings into strong and healthy plants, the piece makes a valuable addition to an indoor garden. Easy to clean and look after, it is another great way to enjoy gardening inside. 

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