How to Grow a Healthy Indoor Garden Today

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    1. Thank you!! Orchids are beautiful! I have tried a couple of them but they have never lasted too long. I love my succulents because they are low maintenance. Same here! Thanks for reading and commenting!

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  1. I’ve tried to grow some aromatic herbs in my kitchen in front of the window but I travelled 10 days for Christmas and they both dried out and I can’t get them back. Since I travel pretty often (I’m leaving in two days again for a week!), do you have a trick for a cheap DIY auto-watering system? Thank you! x

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    1. How sad! Yes actually! You can fill a large pot or bowl with water and elevate it, placing all your plants below it. Then cut some cotton string and place one end (you will probably need to attach something to it to weigh it down, a paper clip will work) in the bowl of water and run it down to the plant. This way, the cotton string will fill with water and slowly run down the length of the string and water your plants. Like this: https://scissorsandsage.com/2015/04/20/diy-self-watering-system-for-houseplants/. Let me know how it works for you!

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  2. I’m still trying to grasp the art of gardening, but I really want to get into it because so many plants I could have with a million benefits. Especially now that I’ve got a problem with my health and got some meds from herbal and some plants. ☺

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  3. Loved this post. I love gardening. But living in an apartment it is difficult to work and maintain it. I used to plant the seeds of lemon, green chili and watch them grow. I even planted coriander, fenugreek leaves. The best part is to watch them grow. But since I moved to Philippines I have stopped for the time being but will definitely start again. Your window sill is looking very beautiful with these lovely plants 🙂

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  4. I have a huge indoor garden, like plants everywhere! They really brighten up the room and just make it feel so much more vibrant. I especially appreciate it in the winter! And hey, they naturally purify the air too so total win! ♡ thanks for sharing the goodness of an indoor garden!

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  5. So, what do you think about plants inside of a Camper Van? I really want to have some greenery in there but often it is too hot or humid for the plants to handle. Any ideas?

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    1. There are actually many plants that love hot and humid. I know for sure bamboo likes that climate, and I think lemon as well. And any tropical plants, which sometimes tend to be the most vibrant ones! So yes, you totally can, there are options 🙂

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