For environmental sustainability, greenery is a common way to make you feel happy. Nature feels calm, relaxed, and even more productive. The different phenomenon has emerged to encourage more people to have greeneries in their homes.
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The plants are common in people’s big moments in life, such as weddings and funerals. Such events are in parks or gardens with ample space. In our homes, the dilemma is where to keep them and how to keep them alive. Below are some innovative ways to add plants to your small space.
1. Mount extra shelves
Around, under, or inside your widow is a place you can add shelves to place the plants. You can get a custom-made or the suction-cupped shelves for your window. The shelves also can be placed at the ledge of the window hence giving it a more in-depth look. For a cat owner, the shelf will restrict the cat from playing with the plants.
2. Create a Succulent Wall
The succulent wall is a perfect art and greenery added to your home. The wall does not take up any space on the floor or the counters. You can design the wall but planting it using the wall planter. Additionally, you can get pre-made succulent walls, which are relatively cheap.
3. Display on a Picture Ledge
The picture ledge is a secure place to add more plants to your home. The ledge has a groove of the length side to keep the art from falling off. The ledge will assist in keeping the plant in place in case a cat or anything tampers with the plant. More so, the picture ledge is cheap than the regular shelves.
4. Hang on the Unused Coat Hook
The coat hook is an innovative place to hang the plant. You can add a pop of green in many places in your room. If the shelf has the top storage, it will be an added place for another plant.
5. Mount a Tension Rod
A mounted tension rod can hang multiple plants. Sturdy rods can hold bigger plants such as the leggy vines, while smaller tension rods can mount smaller plants like succulents.
6. In Your Shower
In the shower is one of the underrated places to plant a plant. Plants in the shower are eye-catching and high décor. You can mount a hook on the ceiling and hang a plant. Additionally, a suction-cupped shelve is another smart way to have a plant.
7. Grow Plants in Water
Propagation is one of the ways to increase plants in your home. It is a process where you cut a healthy plant below where the stem and the leaf meet. Stick the plant in a jar, and the roots will grow without any soil. Not all plants are water plants; they can only thrive there for a short time.
8. Grow what you can eat
Another smart way is to row what you can eat. Herb garden, small citrus trees, vegies, and an endless list of edibles you can have in the garden.
9. Mount a Wire Grid for Versatility
Wire grid alongside S hooks is a space to have more plants. You can have a customizable look on the wall with different plants. The plants should be in a position to water and trim if needed.
10. Plant as Art
Plants in your home can be a piece of art. You can hang eucalyptus in a nice design. Incorporate more plants in your artwork like trying to hang dried flowers or any nicely placed plant on the wall.