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Indoor Gardens That You'll Want in Your Home

March 04, 2020

No longer confined to the corner of your backyard, gardens are coming inside. Find inspiration for your own interior with these vertical garden walls, beds of herbs and unexpected plant displays.

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Sink With a View

Take your kitchen windowsill to the next level with a hydroponic planter for growing fresh vegetables and herbs. Instead of soil, hydroponic gardens use nutrient-rich solutions in a water solvent, making them a smart choice for indoor plantings. The hexagon-tiled garden allows the homeowners to grow leafy greens, such as bibb lettuce and red-leaf lettuce, and herbs, like basil, mint and tarragon, right in their kitchen.

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Smart Gardening

A custom-built indoor garden is not feasible for everyone; however, this clever garden works in any home, no matter the size. You simply pop the biodegradable plant capsules into the base and with practically zero effort, you have fresh veggies and fruits grown in your kitchen.

$199.95 at click and grow

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From: Fixer Upper

Accessible Seasoning

Having fresh herbs growing next to your prep space means you're more likely to use them; there's nothing better than having rich flavor right at hand. Designer Joanna Gaines incorporates a triple-leveled planter in this charming country kitchen. It's like having a fresh spice cabinet right on your wall.

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All Year-Round Herbs

Even if Joanna Gaines isn't knocking on your door to redo your kitchen, you can copy her look with this mounted planter. A lovely addition to your kitchen or mudroom, grow basil, oregano, thyme and more in the nine whitewashed clay pots.

$88.99 at all modern

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