There are so many themes to choose from. And your choice is limited only by your imagination. So if you think a regular indoor garden is just a bit boring for you, try giving it a theme. An angle. Make it yours! Build a miniature indoor garden or a terrarium.
You can give your garden a theme in many ways – use a country, characteristic or plant group as the basis of your theme. You may want to create a theme by grouping African or South American plants, carnivorous plants or maybe cacti and succulents. Here are some other examples to help get your creative juices flowing:
- Indoor orchid gardening
- Indoor tabletop garden
- Indoor window garden
- Indoor gardening bell jars
- Indoor urban garden
- Indoor fruit garden
- Indoor bulb garden
- Indoor greenhouse
- Window greenhouse
- A mini greenhouse or terrarium
You can also create a mini-theme just by grouping similar plants together. Smaller pot plants are far more effective when grouped together than when left on their own. Read my indoor garden design page if you’d like to know more about architectural plants, specimen plants and other garden design stuff.
Colour is a good way to create a theme and can work very well in a room that uses that same colour for accents. For example, we’ve got a lavender themed room where we’ve got some purple African violets that go nicely with hints of purple throughout the room.
Let your imagination run wild and make your indoor gardening experience even more fun!