Tabletop garden – Black N Matching is not only an easy-to-make tabletop garden, but it is also a garden that is easy to maintain, making it a great gift for any of your self-claimed blackthumb friends.
Here, let me show you how to make this tabletop garden.
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We know that good drainage is the key to healthy plants, but the containers that we find most attractive are often the ones without drainage holes. So, to broaden my choices of containers, I decided to go ahead and try to drill drainage holes in the containers by myself.
Because this was my first time drilling drainage holes, I chose a wooden Japanese bowl as my container for I knew that it would be much easier to drill holes on wood than on glass. And as expected, this was so easy.
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Because I want to use a wider variety of indoor plants that have different water needs for my tabletop garden – Bento Box, instead of planting all the plants into the same soil bed, I have kept them in individual pots. By doing so, instead of watering my plants together all at once, I can pick and water only those that I find are thirsty. And the same advantage applies to fertilizers.
So, with my garden container, my plants, pots, moss, etc, I was all ready to make my tabletop garden – Bento Box!
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I realized the need to remake my tabletop garden – Ocean Breeze when I watered the garden for the first time after its making. I shouldn’t put the stones and marbles at the bottom of the container in the first place, at least, not so many of them.
Originally, I put the stones and marbles there for three reasons.
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Tabletop garden makes wonderful home decor. And choosing indoor plants with similar light and water requirements is one of most important rules when designing a tabletop garden. So what if we want to put some plants with very different cultivation requirements together in the same tabletop garden?
The answer is … use smaller container(s) within the main container of the tabletop garden. And here, let me show you how I use both a succulent and some aquatic plants to create my tabletop garden – Merry Christmas.
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Almost anything can be used as a container in your garden…
Your imagination is your only limitation…
This has almost become a cliche for it can be heard from every gardener or read in every book of container gardening.
Yet, nevertheless, it’s so true. In fact, this is what make container gardening so much fun. We can just be creative and playful and use whatever material we have on hand to make containers into certain sizes, colors, functions that suit our specific needs and styles.
And yesterday, I tried to make a container with a soda can. I have especially chosen a can of coke light for I like how its silver and red match nicely with the little beet I bought earlier.
Here is how I made the soda can container. Continue reading How to Make Garden Container Using Soda Can