Turn Your Room Into Green Paradise With Indoor Gardening! (Google / Home Interiors Zone)

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Turn Your Room Into Green Paradise With Indoor Gardening!

Do you want to surround yourself with greenery throughout the year? Then you must definitely venture into indoor gardening.  Of course, indoor gardening requires great commitment, but once you have planned your garden, it will transform your stale room into green paradise.

Indoor plants will make you to feel refreshed and revitalized and also helps you to relax and unwind your tiredness, when you come home from a tough day at work.  Having plants in home add to your decor and also to your health. Indoor plants add moisture to air and also filter the air by exchanging carbon dioxide for oxygen.

Essential factors to consider in indoor gardening!

If you are new to indoor gardening, these are certain essential factors that you should consider while planning for indoor gardening.


This is the first thing that you should consider while starting garden in your indoors. This is very important because most of the houses wouldn’t have enough light to handle growth of plants. So, make sure to consider lighting before bringing plants into your house.


Not all plants need similar growing conditions. Different plants will thrive under different conditions, one of which is temperature. 65-75 degrees Fahrenheit during day and 10-15 degrees cooler at night is the general range of temperature needed for most of the house plants. Even if the temperature goes up or down by 10 degrees, it will not harm the plant.


This particular factor also depends up on the type of plant you have. Always remember, plants that are growing quickly should be fertilized for every 2 or 3 months and for dormant plants you shouldn’t fertilize at all.


There are certain basic rules that you need to follow while watering your indoor plants. Here is the list of those particular rules that you should follow, while watering the plants.


    Published by

    Willem Van Cotthem

    Honorary Professor of Botany, University of Ghent (Belgium). Scientific Consultant for Desertification and Sustainable Development.