Make your own Indoor garden
Make your own indoor garden!
You can still have your own little indoor garden!
All you need is to choose some plants you like. I suggest that you mix both colourful and green ones.
In the kitchen you can have plants with spices for cooking. Some oregano, basil and why not onions? There is also the nourishment in lentil-sprouts! all in your little kitchen herb-garden.
If you have no window - an ordinary lamp would be ok. If you can have the special lamp that is for plants - even better of course.
A beautiful wall garden - The moisture comes from the aquarium in the middle
Tom Ericsson, is a scientist in plant nourishments. He has been interested in aquariums and plants his whole life. He started to build this wall of plants 27 years ago. He observes the plants to see if they are happy where they are. If not, he moves them or exchange them.
The wall is make of sculptured cellular plastic that is painted black and lacquered. It has small cracks and holes and in these he puts the plants. He uses the kind of plants that can get hold of the surface by themselves. They even spread out by themselves.
The lamps are hidden behind a valance of styro foam covered with cork. To make the wall look more natural, he has put some beautiful branches and twigs there.
The plants are not ordinary plants. They are plants that can attach their roots directly to the wall! Examples: Orchids, ferns and lots of other plants that can grow without soil.
Nourishment they get from water trickeling via a hose from the aquarium!
Photo Fredrik Funck
Higher and higher - keep adding pots
The first easy and complete solution to having fresh herbs growing right at home. First you start the seed using our amazing jiffy pellet method and greenhouse environment set-up. Second, after just a few weeks, you transplant the herbs into the Garden Stacker all season hangable planter. You can keep the planter indoors all year round or outdoors during the spring and summer.
Culinary Herb Garden Kit - with 12 Varieties of Herb Seed and Mini Greenhouse
Indoors or outdoors - You can have your own strawberries
Grow everbearing strawberries all year long. Indoors or Outdoors. First you start the seed using our amazing jiffy pellet method and greenhouse environment set-up. Second, after just a few weeks, you transplant the srawberry seedlings into your garden or indoor planter. You can keep the planter indoors all year round or outdoors during the spring and summer.
Everbearing Strawberry Temptation Indoor /Outdoor Growing Kit- 120 Seeds, and Mini Greenhouse Dome With Seed Starter Pellets
Easy & Fun Growing Instructions
Grow Everbearing Strawberries Indoors or Outdoors Year Round
High Germination Rate
Enough Seed & Extra Peat Pellets for Several Plantings.
- How to grow veggies in 2-4 square feet
This site is a great help when you want tips and tricks for your small indoor garden as well as outdoor ones
Some of these plants you can eat - others not....
Mushrooms, strawberries or your own grown tomatoes?
The herb garden is so nice! Just the smell and the access to it when you cook must be worth it.
Everything on this lens can be grown or cultivated indoors. In the end I just added some balcony things I really liked. I hope you do too!
Be patient and start early in the spring. You will enjoy your own indoor garden!
Three different mushrooms - Shiitake, Enokitake and Reishi mushrooms
Reishi: . Its flavor is strong, distinctive, and pleasant to most people. Kit comes complete with Ling Chi Mushroom sawdust spawn and detailed instructions.
Shiitake: Grow your own fancy mushrooms with our all inclusive kit! A mushroom treasured by many, our Shiitake Patch (Lentinula edodes) is composed of a unique blend of sterlized, enriched sawdust fully colonized with a select Chinese strain. Esteemed for both is health stimulating properties and its culinary value, our Shittake kit out-produces by far that of any known competitor. Shiitake mushrooms can be harvested at two week intervals up to 16 weeks. A 50-80 degree Fahrenheit environment is ideal. Each kit comes with illustrated instructions and is guarantee to produce.
Enokitake: A small capped, long stemmed Enokitake mushroom (Flammulina populicola) grow in huge bunches, sometimes being hard to count. Known as the Winter Mushroom A 40-60 F environment for best results. (To activate, simply place it in your refrigerator.) Freezing does not harm this mushroom. Certified Organic!
Aero Garden kit - With seeds and lamp
Your own little garden in your flat
These indoor plants for you - Some smart choises
Hanging plants save space! And dont forget the nourishment for your new "friends" :)
Holds Nine Or More Plants - Self Watering
Stackable Or Hangable - 11 Inches In diameter - 2 Feet Tall - Includes Hanging Chain
Indoor / Outdoor Use - All Season - 1 Year Limited Warranty
Collapses for Easy Storage - UV Protected Durable Plastic - Available in Four Colors
Fun Way to Garden Indoors Or Out with Limited Space. - Perfect Gift Idea
Just IF you have a balcony - Here are some really nice things for you
The table: Photo Tile Balcony Table. Six 12-inch ceramic tiles create a photo image from roses to sunflowers to fish! The details are unbelievably intricate right down to the raindrops on flower petals.
The chair: Durable yet surprisingly lightweight, this pair of cast aluminum swivel balcony armchairs will add a vintage look to your balcony. The chair's frame has a black, powder-coated finish with subtle bronze highlights, and the back features an ornate scrolling filigree motif.
Planter box: Like the ancient relics of Rome, the Villa Planter Box adds a timeless beauty to your balcony
And two kinds of plants for it....
If you need more suggestions - I found these links for you
Chives - For indoor or outdoor
Chives grow in clumps, with their round, hollow, grass-like leaves reaching a height of 9 inches or so. The stems are firm, straight, smooth, and, like the leaves, bright dark green.
Chives are easier to snip with scissors than cut with a knife. The snipped chives give a hint of onion flavor to egg dishes, cheese soufflÃ©s, salads, soups, cream cheese sandwiches, and sour cream dressing for baked potatoes. Chive butter is great with grilled chops and steak.