5 Creative Ideas for Indoor Apartment Gardening

gardening in small spaces

Gardening in small spaces is all the rage now! Conventional gardening is tough when you’re working with a rented, indoor space, but from our experience, it makes apartment dwellers that are passionate about gardening even more creative. We’re amazed at what our residents can produce inside their apartments! Click any of the photos below to learn more about some creative ideas for exercising your green thumb indoors.

 

1. Think outside the (planter) box.

 

 

Hanging Planters And Container Garden Ideas For Indoors / Decoist

Planter boxes are an excellent way to create welcoming floral and plant displays for any space. These displays are extremely versatile and can be used to decorate line decks, patios, porches, or stairs with planter boxes of varying sizes and shapes. You could also fill a window box with brightly colored plants for an attractive house dressing. Planter boxes are easy to care for and require very little maintenance once they are planted which makes it perfect for a small space.

2. Terrariums are your friends.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

21 Simple Ideas For Adorable DIY Terrariums / Buzzfeed

Assembling a terrarium requires little more than a glass container, gravel, soil and plants. Terrariums give people the feeling of taking care of an entire ecosystem and they stylishly fit in with ANY interior decor.

3. Pick plants that love your apartment as much as you do.

The 15 Easiest Indoor House Plants That Won't Die On You / Today

The 15 Easiest Indoor House Plants That Won’t Die On You / Today

 

4. Grow things you can actually use.

The 16 Best Healthy, Edible Plants to Grow Indoors / Greatist

The 16 Best Healthy, Edible Plants To Grow Indoors / Greatist

 

5. Repurpose kitchen scraps.

16 Foods To Re-Grow From Kitchen Scraps / The Kitchn

16 Foods To Re-Grow From Kitchen Scraps / The Kitchn

 

Any ideas that didn’t make the list? Let us know in the comments!

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