Bring your garden inside
Wouldn’t you love to let some of the outside in? Perhaps you don’t have space to grow plants or you just like your plants to be part of the decor then take a look at our tips for indoor gardens.
First things first you’re going to need something for your plants to climb up.
One of the easiest ways to create your own trellis is to use hooked wall screws. You can get creative with the layout and map out a design or geometric shapes. There must be at least 4 inches of space between each gap in the trellis to encourage the plant to keep climbing. Once your hooks are in place you can use wire to go between the screws and map out your design. Make sure to go around each hook a few times and not use a single piece of wire for the whole project to avoid the wire slipping as the plant weighs down on it.
If you don’t trust your creative flair there are indoor trellises that you can buy and put up like these. Click Here
Easy climbing plants for an indoor trellis
The best plants for indoor trellis are usually non-flowering. This is because flowering plants rely heavily on pollination by bees and you wouldn’t want bees having a rest in your houseplants.
· Oak leaf ivy
· Heart Leaf Philodendron
· English Ivy
· Algerian Ivy
· Creeping Fig
These plants are larger and offer better air quality, they are also pet safe!
· Bamboo Palm
· Spider plant
· Dwarf Date Palm
· Boston Fern
· Acera Palm
· Banana Plants
· Kimberly Fern Queen
· Board Leaf Lady Palm
Plants don’t just help filter the air in our homes they also reduce anxiety and stress!