Fresh Home Gardening And Landscaping Design

Are you planning to create a better home for your family by just adding that natural greenery and floral touch inside and around house? There are many ways you can plan and design your landscape. If gardening is what you enjoy to recreate and pacify I’d like to give some tips to improve the aesthetics of your surroundings as well as to get those admiring looks from your family and friends at your great home gardening art.

First Step: Develop a plan

Maybe your home needs only some landscape designing. Step back and look around to find the minute details. Stir your creativity by imagining rather unconventional ways of gardening. Trust when I say, indoor gardening as well as outdoor landscaping can be an affordable gardening process too!

Second Step: Discover Indoor Gardening opportunities

There may be many parts of your house you might have overlooked or maybe you have already formed a great idea to place those popular indoor plants you are planning to buy.

Here’s a list of plants for gardening you can try to get:

Indoor Plants:

1) Spathiphyllum
2) Aglaonema Red Sumatra
3) Ficus Goldalike
4) Raphis palm
5) Philodendron Red Congo
6) Amaryllis, ‘Yellow Goddess’

Exotica Plants:

1) Erythrina cristagalli plant
2) Torch ginger red
3) Magnolia Grandiflora

Hanging Baskets:

1) Aptenia cordifolia

2) Lophospermum ‘Lofus Wine Red’
3) Pirates Gold
4) Polygonum Capitata ‘Pink Bubbles’
5) Petunia Million Bells
6) Million Bells Salsa

Bonsai Plants:

1) Cactus
2) Ficus panda
3) Ficus Green

Climbers and creepers:

1) passiflora blue
2) Senecio confuses
3) Combretum
4) Hoya carnosa
5) Solanum wendlandii
6) Clematis

Above was just a small list of plants for your indoor gardening. Carefully consider which would suit at which part of your house.

Third Step: Explore Outdoor Gardening opportunities and plan

There are infinite ways by which you can customize your outdoor garden. You can in fact create a concept garden! Exercise your creativity and find out which one of the below mentioned concepts best suit your house’s backyard garden or front porch.

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