Indoor Gardening

Indoor gardening

When the winter blahs set in and you’re dreaming of fresh greens from your summer garden, consider growing indoors.When everything’s gray and barren outside, your home can still be full of life.Indoor Gardening is the way to go!

Have so much LIGHT that your plants grow towards you ~ Unknown

Indoor Gardening

Having plants in your home is a rejuvenating experience year round, but especially during winter months, the benefits of indoor plants and gardening are multifold.

The benefits of Indoor Gardening

When the leaves are off the trees, the days are shorter, and the skies are sometimes dreary, greenery inside can beautify the home while offering some pretty incredible physical & mental benefits. Indoor plants are…

  • Beautiful and refreshing to look at
  • Decreases stress & increases focus
  • helps us from feeling loneliness or depression
  • Provides cleaner air
  • help us live healthier and happier

Read all about growing pet-friendly indoor plants in my earlier blogpost here.

There are so many choices to choose from be it indoors plants or minimalist design trends with containers.If you are looking for ways to be inspired by indoor plants this winter, all you have to do is fill containers with plants that are easy to care for.

An indoor garden can be your refuge from the outside world, and for many of us it is a source of great joy. Whether you live in a small apartment, or a large house, by introducing certain plants into your home, you will start to notice improvements to your health, and overall happiness.

The indoor plants create a soothing living space & also are great mood enhancers. Caring for a living thing gives us a purpose and is rewardingespecially when you see that living thing bloom and thrive.

Have you made a strong commitment to growing indoor plants yet? Try it, this winter and watch the difference it makes as a mood booster. If you have already done so, please share your experiences in the comments below.

Sharing some links to my previously published posts on plants and gardening joys, for your interest :

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