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Houseplants are reputed to purify indoor air and promote a sense of calmness and well-being. They also inspire friendship when you can share easy-to-grow cuttings.
Houseplants don’t need to be big and bold to make an impact on your living space. Read on for our curated collection of indoor favorites for your small space.
Container gardens are made for small-space gardening. When you have the right location and right plants, your container will enhance your small space. We show you how to make smart plant choices for your small-space container garden.
Your small-space garden may be on a porch or patio, even a balcony, or it could be a narrow alley leading to a small backyard. No matter the size, if there’s a will to grow plants, there’s a way.
Just because it’s hot outside doesn’t mean gardening stops. Keep your hands in the dirt with these three DIY projects.
Interested in growing your own veggies? You don’t need a big suburban yard to plant a garden when you create a wonderful edible garden right on your balcony.
Share the beauty of edibles when you add them among the ornamentals when you create a foodscape. The foodscaping trend is a way to have a beautiful landscape and eat it too, all the while staying within the bounds of HOA guidelines and your own good taste.
Build a corner planter and fill it with flowers and foliage for a purely decorative planter, or add edibles like lettuce, herbs or even a tomato plant in the top level.
Got a balcony or small space? Check out these simple ideas to add harvest decor to your outdoor space.
Grow a salad garden just outside your door with pots of vegetables and herbs. Begin with good-sized containers, well-draining potting mix and quality plants.
Grow a collection of your favorite kitchen herbs by combining them in containers. Most herbs are willing to share small space quarters as long as they get plenty of light.