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Last weekend, I decided I wanted to liven up my home with a few (or maybe 11) houseplants. However, when I got home to distribute my new plants, I quickly realized I had gone overboard. I just didn’t have the space for all my leafy spoils. But with this adorable mini indoor greenhouse, several similar plants can be grouped together, and they look right at home. It looks like it’s time for a trip to IKEA!

mini indoor greenhouse

8 Responses

  1. Laura says:

    I love these! What a great idea. Now maybe I won't kill the next basil plant I buy!
    http://www.purehome.com

  2. [...] spruce up the house with a little more green? Look into buying a mini greenhouse by clicking here. Its a great way to stay green and it’s great home decor.  Share this:TwitterFacebookLike [...]

  3. Palori says:

    Simply amazing,I love this!

  4. Misty Fitzpatrick says:

    This is really awesome. I loved it. :)
    http://envirotechgreenhouse.com/

  5. James says:

    It is nice to read your article and you give wonderful information. Please give more information on particular topic.

  6. This is a very healthy activity which not only gives you pleasure but you feel relaxed doing all these house panting. Your idea of planting them together is good and creative and it was really a tip to manage planting in a short space.

  7. Indoor greenhouse is a source of daily delight and it is a very healthy activity and also relaxing for us. Your idea of putting plants together in a group is brilliant and it looks so green and beautiful in the image.

  8. The indoor gardening has its own charms and you have done a great job in decorating a mini indoor greenhouse. I like the presentation and settings of the house plants. It looks amazing and beautiful how you have managed to accommodate them together in groups.

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