For most garden enthusiasts, space is a big constraint. While you love gardening and are keen to start one on your own, you run short of garden ideas in the hectic city lives of most of us live. You cannot afford a well laid out garden in your front or back yard. Most of you have only balconies to call as open-air if you live in the apartment complexes that house each over the other. Do not worry. Here are a few garden ideas that you can build even with limited space.
These ideas will re-kindle your love of gardening and help you practice your hobby. You will also spend time in a constructive manner and do something worthwhile instead of binging away on the TV or the mobile phone.
Gardening is a therapy in itself. It will help you relax, concentrate on your gardening and is meditative in that way. Use these gardening techniques to create a unique way to showcase your garden. You can also use this opportunity to grow some basic vegetables and other cooking needs that you do not have to shop for. It will improve the quality of food that you eat and over time your overall health. Read on to find out more.
The Slanted Garden Is A Great Idea To Start With
If you do not have enough space and are looking to cuddle your pots together, you can follow this simple trick. Stock up the pots one over the other’s rim in a slanted manner with the help of a standing long stick or metal pole. Glue the pots together at the joints and the pole. This will make the stand sturdy and will help handle the weight of the soil and the other pots. You can then plant the vegetables that you want to grow in each of these pots. Piling up pots over each other is a great space saver.
The Chandelier Garden
If you have an old used chandelier, you can easily re-purpose it as a potholder. Remove the electrical fittings in the chandelier and replace them with pots. You can then fill these pots with your gardening choices. The best part of this idea is that you can hang the chandelier right on to the ceiling and pull it down through a pulley when you need to water it. This will not only save a lot of space but will also look elegant as a display in your home. Your guests and visitors will love the uniqueness of this idea.
Wall Hanging Kits – Easiest Of Garden Ideas
The most common and yet a great space saver is using a hanging unit. You now get these kits in your local gardening store or you can buy one online. These hanging kits come with slots for multiple plants to be stored in neat little pockets. You can pin up this hanging kit to your balcony wall or anywhere you feel appropriate. This while saving a lot of space also gives out a very aesthetic look for your home.
So, go ahead and give these ideas a try. You will love the way your mind is stretched with the challenges of space and yet you will be satisfied with the creativity it brings out in you. Having plants indoor is not only good for your health but also a great way to decorate your home.