Small Living Space Gardening with Wall Hanging Planters

Written by: Dumalag, MM

Published on: 02/03/2020

Growing plants is a hobby that could give both health benefits and also a spectacular home, and a popular trend is using wall mounted planters. This is because more and more people are moving into cities and living in condos and apartments, hence there is not enough space for them to have a garden. But with hanging plants, they can bring the outdoors in, and have a stylish and breathtaking home while enjoying the benefits plants could give.

There are so many different plants you can use for your indoor garden. But some of them can be a challenge to grow, especially if you are a newbie to these beautiful greens. Even if hanging plant holders make starting a vertical garden easy, the plants you bring inside will still require your love and care.

Fortunately, we have this list of the easiest plants to take care of indoors.

  • Living Room

The living room is where you spend time the most and having plants makes the room lively and colorful. Just imagine when you are coming home from a stressful day at work, and you just want to lay around in your living room, you will feel refreshed when you have house plants close by. With wall hanging planters, feel free to choose any design you want,

  • Balcony

If you have a balcony, it is a good spot to place your plants considering they could get a lot of sunlight and you can water your plants freely.

As some might think you need to have a green thumb to grow a garden, you don’t. All you need to do is learn and research plants and how to maintain them. Here are some tips for first-time planters.

  • Start With an Easy Plant

There are several low-maintenance plants that you could start growing such as succulents and cacti. These plants are strong enough to withstand any form of neglect (if any) from its owners and they are almost impossible to kill.

  • Lighting Conditions

Some plants need a lot of sunlight and some thrive on minimal light. Do consider the lighting conditions in your room or house first and narrow down your choices before choosing a plant.

  • Appropriate Potting Soil

Soil is important to a plant as it protects the roots. Choose the right soil for your plant such as succulent potting soil which is light and drains easily, just perfect for succulents that don’t need a lot of water.

  • Do Not Overwater

You might be wondering why your plant died when you are watering it every day. True as they say “too much of something is bad enough”, too much water can kill your plant. Excess water will stay on the pot and cause the roots to rot.

Green thumb or not, you can learn to grow and maintain plants and reap its benefits. Even with small spaces, you can enjoy a garden with wall hanging planters.

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