Magical mini indoor gardening
For years I’ve collected vintage pots and planters. Huge, tiny and everything else. I have big bright red shelves in the kitchen where they display in all their glory like they’re at a museum. After seeing how well my gnomes are thriving in their terrarium on nothin but a little sunshine and a spray bottle (click HERE), I got a tiny bit practical. The cool thing about spray bottle indoor gardening (that’s my awesome name for it) is that you can grow plants in anything. It doesn’t need a drain because you aren’t giving it loads of water. If you can bring your mind around to that new idea, you’re in! And it’s mini. Everyone loves mini! These would make great little gifts, don’t ya think?
Start with a layer of rock then dirt. Add plants. I spray mine really good about every 2 weeks. Like maybe 50 sprays of water all around the little plants. I stick with succulents because that’s what I can keep alive and they don’t have complex root systems. Perfect for my spray bottle method! If you get all crazy and have success with some other kinds of plants, tell me. I think you’ll love having these mini gardens hanging around the house! Happy indoor gardening! kimi.
More on gardening…
Gopher in the garden of good and evil
(this one includes a video! It’s great!)