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Indoor Gardening For Spring

Bring Spring Indoors With An Indoor Garden

An indoor garden can be great for so many reasons. You might live somewhere where you don’t have an outdoor space or you simply want to bring the outdoors in. And that’s what we’re going to talk about today. Let’s bring spring indoors and make your indoor space alive with plants and flowers.

Getting Started

What you need to know about indoor gardening is that anyone can do it. You’ll need to make sure that you have the right pots and a sunny location for your plants to thrive.

Many places in the world are experiencing spring right now. And for many places it’s still a bit too cold for some plants and flowers. So let’s bring the garden inside and get started.

Enjoy Your Garden All Year

Even when the weather does become warmer, you might still want to leave your plants and flowers indoors. Make sure you have space dedicated for your garden.

This is really up to you where and if you want to leave it as a dedicated space. You garden can be as little or as big as you want it to be. Of course, depending on what you choose to plant that might determine how large your garden will be.

Where To Place Your Garden

We mentioned above that you do need a sunny place for your plants to thrive. Plants need sun light as much as they need water. Larger growers or more dedicated gardeners might want to have a table set up that is permanently for your garden. A bench can also be used for this as well. It’s all up to you and what you think your garden needs.

Another tip that is great is to make sure that you either have a space with tile or set up a tarp. This is so that you don’t ruin carpeting, if you can help it. Because when you water your plants there is a very strong possibility that there will be some dripping.

Ordering Flowers With Brant Florist

Brant Florist is partially open. And will try our best to have your order fulfilled. Since a Florist Shop is deemed a non-essential business most medium and larger shops remain closed. However, we are having some limited successes in some cities

The situation is fluid and changes day-to-day based on the local florists current inventory and availability of flowers from their suppliers. And the individual florist’s availability to make and deliver your order.

The safety of our staff and the public is our highest priority. We are partially open for online order deliveries within Canada and the USA.