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How to garden indoors

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A fun way to keep gardening even when its wet and cold outside.

INGREDIENTS: tarps on the laundry bench and floor. Potting mix, charcoal (always keep it wet to avoid breathing the dust), gravel or tiny gemstones, your second  best china, tiny bottle babies, ferns or succulents. 

METHOD: Choose your cup or bowl to suit the plant. put in a good layer of wet charcoal, cover the bottom of the cup about 1 - 2 centimetres. Sprinkle a thin layer of potting mix over the charcoal. Place the plant with ALL the roots and root-ball in the centre of the cup. Backfill carefully with more potting mix. Press down gently to ensure close contact between roots and their new home. Water carefully. Cover potting mix with fine gravel or tiny polished gemstones,  Eh voila. How pretty, on a shelf where it will catch the sun part of the day. 

 

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Re: How to garden indoors

Nice one @Sally_baker. What a great way to start on Workshop by sharing a project that people currently in isolation can easily tackle to liven up their home. 

 

It's fantastic to have you join us and we are looking forward to reading more about your projects and plans soon. Please don't hesitate to post whenever you need a hand or have something to share with our members. As you can see, we have clever and creative members sharing helpful advice and project inspiration on the site every day. We're pleased you could join us. 

 

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