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Make an Indoor Dish Garden

8 January 2013 3,130 views One Comment

by carissa

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Now that it's January, most gardeners have had just enough of a break from their garden to start itching to get stuff in the ground again. One way to get your gardening fix in the middle of winter is to plant an indoor dish garden. Repurpose some of the mismatched dishes in your cupboard or pick up some colorful dishes from your local dollar store. Heather teaches you how to make this easy green pick-me-up over at Home Made Simple. [how to make an indoor dish garden]

Project estimate:

  • Dishes or containers without holes, on hand or $1 and up
  • Potting Soil, on hand or $3 and up
  • Pea gravel, $1 and up
  • Small Plants, $1 each and up

Total: $2 and up

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One Comment »

  • sam said:

    Cute idea! I already tried it on a large mug and gave it away as a present. It turned out really cute and was fun mixing and matching small succulents.

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