1. Vertical Indoor Gardening
No room under your roof for indoor gardening? A wall-mounted planter brings a garden to the smallest, shadiest spaces. “Plants with large leaves can turn minimal light into more energy,” says Carson Arthur, gardening and outdoor design expert on TV’s Cityline. When watering, check the soil at the highest point first-it dries out quicker than lower sections.
Check out these stackable wall-mounted planters from Minigarden-what a brilliant way to bring life to a dead corner! Corner set (column of three stackable planters), $35, Minigarden.