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Indoor Gardening: An Easy Spring Update

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Apr 14, 2015 01:04 AM
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by Remodelista Team last modified Apr 13, 2015

  Remodelista editor in chief Julie Carlson decided to help jump-start spring. Armed with a set of outdoor flower arrangements from The Home Depot , she transformed a corner of her living room into an affordable vernal oasis in a matter of minutes. Above: The finished planters, tucked into a corner of Julie's Mill Valley, California, living room.  Above: Julie spotted these mixtures of petunia, calibrachoa, and lobelia by Proven Winners at her local  Home Depot . For a similar look, try the  Eight-Inch Blue Hawaiian Drop N Bloom .  Above: An arrangement in a Medium Creme Ceramic Rolled Rim Pot . Thanks to high-temperature glazing, the 14.5-inch-wide container is durable enough for use indoors or out; $19.98 at The Home Depot.  Above: Julie planted a second arrangement in a 12-Inch Stoneware Imperial Blue Pickle Pot  made of frost-resistant stoneware with a cobalt glaze; $19.98 at The Home Depot. (For a more whimsical look, consider a Ceramic White Owl Planter  or Ceramic Damascus Carved-Stone Planter ; $19.98 and $39.98, respectively.)  Above: Julie's flowers are ultimately destined for outside—the blooms will last indoors for about three to six days before needing to be pinched back and put in full sun to set more buds. They'll eventually fill a planter or hanging basket, but for now, Julie is happy to have some spring color inside.   More Stories from Remodelista Table of Contents: The Indoor-Outdoor Life Current Obsessions: Here Comes the Sun Problem Solver: Jasper Morrison's New Desktop Charger




 

 


 

 

 
 
 

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