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It doesn’t matter how big or small the space is. It doesn’t matter if it’s indoors or outdoors, flowers and plants always manage to make it look better. The plants themselves are air purifiers, and the act of gardening may be soothing and instructive (even NASA says so). However, as many people have discovered to their benefit, gardening isn’t just for huge, open backyards and greenhouses. Don’t worry if you don’t have a yard or balcony; we’ve compiled a list of indoor gardening ideas so you can still enjoy nature. Now is the time to work on your green thumbs so you can grow plants in small containers.

Build It In

This contemporary house by architect Tamsin Johnson features an integrated succulent garden bed. Succulents are extremely low care. This makes them a great choice for anyone who doesn’t have a green thumb. This is because each plant is tall enough to enhance seclusion without completely obscuring the view from the living room.

Tend to a Few Pots

Growing a garden is a lot of work. So, even if you have a lot of areas to work with, it’s best to start small. To complement the stone exterior of Shazalynn Winfrey’s home, she placed potted sunflowers and plaid throw pillows on the garden bench.

Make a Micro Wall

Here, Corey Damen Jenkins has shown several miniature planters that he has placed on a shelf that is fastened to the wall. In this manner, the screened-in porch can have the feel of a busy garden while allowing for unobstructed access to the interior.

Or Use the Whole Wall in your yard

Planting a miniature nursery or herb garden on a screened-in porch is a great way to improve your fashion and culinary game. The use of a living wall on a porch of any size is highly recommended. Use an armoire to store potting and gardening supplies while displaying candles and China, as shown at Shoppe in Birmingham, Alabama.

Stick to One Flower

Keep your flower garden simple by only planting a single kind of flower to give the space a unified look. If you only plant a single kind of flower, you’ll cut down on maintenance time. These in pink are adorable and lovely. In addition, they give the foyer an extra dimension.

Convert a Parkway into a beautiful tiny yard

The parking lot has been transformed into a lovely terrace. This drab red brick patio was given new life by Gary McBournie, who added a centerpiece sculpture and numerous verdant plantings. His Nantucket home’s red paint job complements the gray shingles and blue shutters.

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