Home Plant Ideas
You'll be phobia-free about welcoming these spiders into your home—spider plants, that is. For this flowing composition that can create color throughout your garden, Red 'Freida Hemple' caladiums, a spider plant, and a 'Little Gem' Southern magnolia decorate a large pot in the corner.
One of the easiest ways to add some interest to your home's front yard is to plant a colorful border of flowering plants to enliven your entryway. In this front garden idea, a mixture of annual and perennial flowers such as hydrangeas and petunias are used for a pop of color while a few evergreen bushes ensure year-round greenery.
99 Ideas on How to Display Houseplants 1. You don't need a large room to have indoor plants. Be creative and grow plants vertically. 2. Consider the houseplants as an important part of your interior decoration. 3. Plants that are growing indoors play a decorative role, and at the same time, they
All you need for a successful window box garden is a window box or hanging box (to hang off your deck), garden soil, seeds, and water. Approximate Cost A window box garden is small, and is one of the most cost-effective ways to grow herbs and vegetables. A basic cedar planter, garden soil, and seeds should run you approximately $50 to start.
Plants add color, shape and life to a room and for that alone we love them. But they are also surprisingly versatile and — like artwork, furniture, and other decor — are a powerful tool in your design arsenal. Use them as a major feature of the room, a last minute styling detail, and so much more.
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