All Posts in the ‘Indoor Plants’ Category

DIY Mason Jar Herb Garden Terrarium

March 9th, 2015 | By in Gardening, Indoor Plants, Start A Garden
mason jar herb

If you love cooking and gardening, this is the perfect project to take on when the next DIY urge hits you–an indoor herb garden in mason jars! You’ll have fresh, organic herbs right there to make cooking even easier and more convenient. Plus they look pretty darn cute–they’ll definitely brighten up your kitchen quite a […]


DIY Framed Vertical Succulent Garden

November 26th, 2014 | By in Gardening, Indoor Plants, Start A Garden
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Instead of hanging a framed picture up on your wall, why not hang a framed vertical succulent garden? It’s definitely going to be a pretty and creative addition to your home decor! Here’s what you’ll need: -a large wooden frame -a second frame that’s at least 2 inches thicker but slightly smaller than the first […]


DIY Bookshelf with Teacup Garden

November 3rd, 2014 | By in Crafts, Gardening, Home Decor, Indoor Plants, Trending 7 Box
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Yes, it’s literally a book shelf. Neat, huh? Instead of installing a boring old shelf made of wood, install a DIY bookshelf using an actual book, some jute twine, and some nails. It’s cheap, easy, and it’ll definitely make your place look prettier and more vintage-y! Here’s what you’ll need: -an old book -jute twine […]


Easy to Grow Indoor Tulips

April 11th, 2014 | By in Flowers, Gardening, Indoor Plants, Seasonal Tips
Indoor-Tulips

Growing bulbs indoors lets you enjoy their beauty and fragrance when spring is still months away or you have no space for an outdoor garden.  The key to success is proper planning.  Growing tulips  or other bulbs are quite easy.  There are two types of bulbs you can select from.  Bulbs that don’t need chilling […]


Starting Your “Apartment Sized” Garden-For Beginners

March 8th, 2013 | By in Gardening, Indoor Plants, Patios, Start A Garden
Apartment Garden

Now is the time to begin planting your seeds Living in an apartment doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy a garden of your own. 


4 Easy Ways To Freshen Up For The New Year

February 12th, 2013 | By in Cleaning, Crafts, Gardening, Home Repair, Indoor Plants, Uncategorized
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After the Holidays are over, I suddenly feel like I have a little bit of extra energy.  Either that or the holidays just left my house and a few odds and ends extremely neglected.  This past weekend I found myself taking on a few small projects.  I think I just want to start fresh along […]


Healthy Foods: A-Z!

February 12th, 2013 | By in Budget, Cooking, For Kids, Fruits, Gardening, Indoor Plants, Start A Garden, Uncategorized, Vegetables
Healthy Heart

Some of the healthiest foods are often times equally difficult when it comes to our kids eating them. It isn’t often that you hear a ten year old asking for broccoli or a five year old asking for a bowl of peas. As a matter of fact, do you remember sitting at the dinner table and secretly feeding your […]


How to Wash & Store Herbs

February 12th, 2013 | By in Cooking, Gardening, Indoor Plants, Uncategorized
Wash and Store herbs

If you are like me, you hate to waste.  I have a really hard time opening my fridge and seeing delicious and sometimes expensive food go to waste.