Indoor Gardening: An Environment-Friendly

 

Gardening doesn't only make your home beautiful but likewise provides you with an outlet to relieve yourself of worries and anxieties. Men and women alike are engrossed in this kind of hobby whereas some of them earn profits out of growing the best plants in their yards. However, the common problem that gardeners face is that of the weather and climate, weeds, and of course, the parasite attack. Not only that, the use of chemicals may also bring harm to the environment. That is why there is an effective substitute for it and that is no other than the indoor gardening.

The Benefits of Indoor Gardening
Gardening inside your home has lots of benefits. For one, it is eco-friendly. What does that mean? Basically it is a very environment-friendly way of detoxifying the air inside the premises of your home. It also allows you to come up with chemical-free herbs for your use in the kitchen. It acts as a décor to your home. And not to mention that it is truly stress-relieving to find an indoor garden within the confines of your abode.

A lot of people all over the world are so enthused into trying their luck at indoor gardens. When made as a hobby, one can definitely enjoy it while feeling very much productive as well.

Easy to Grow Plants for Your Indoor Garden

There are people whom we usually call the green thumbs. Meaning to say, their lucks are in full swing as they try their level best to grow different plants. This is not however a common talent of many people. Some are termed as black thumbs. Call it luck or coincidence but some plants just die fast with them.

But don't fret because here are some very easy to grow plants or herbs for your indoor garden. You may consider them the latest additions to your home ornaments and natural air cleaners as well.

The Weeping Fig. The plant is basically hardy and will definitely survive even when you don't exert much time and effort in taking care of it.

The Chinese Evergreen. If your home has low-light condition, this is an ideal plant to grow because it doesn't require too much maintenance. It is also ideal for the beginning gardeners.

The Cactus Combo Bonsai. They are unique yet ideal for any kind of climate because they can easily adapt to the changing moisture level and climate condition.

The Chamaedorea Palm. It fits well into homes that have the tropical themes.

The Braided Ficus Tree. It doesn't require much maintenance either and easily adapts to indoor setting.

The English Ivy. This comes as a fantastic choice for topiaries or hanging baskets.

The Peace Lily. It acts as a great air purifier that likewise results to the best blooms and greenery.

The Boston Fern. Ferns don't require much of feeding. You can even do that once in a month and they since they basically love high humidity, they can be placed inside a greenhouse or a bathroom.

So, don't you think it is time you try your hands at indoor gardening?

Published by Henrietta Watson

Hello my name is Henrietta Watson. I am a mother of a 29 year old daughter and a 22 year old son. I also have a 4 year old granddaughter and a 3 year old granddaughter.I am a Security Officer. I also write short stories, blogs and poems. I like cooking,grilling,fishing,skating,playing billiards,going out to eat and going to see movies.

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