Have you received gardening gifts during special occasions? Are you planning to make use of these gifts to utilize them at home? I have some suggestions on gardening gift ideas that you might have received and haven’t used it for awhile. These may not be the usual gifts that we receive during special days but we might be given some of these on our birthdays and Christmas. Who knows, right?
The first one would be the plant stand. This may not be the usual gift that we receive but this will eventually be one of our home and gardening decorations at home. The useful part is that we can just have some potted plants placed on it. We may have two or three potted plants on the plant stand to make it more beautiful. Bountiful flowering plants are ideal to maximize the usage of the gardening gift.
Next on my list would be hanging baskets. These baskets are simple but we may try to customize them and personalize the designs to make it suitable for our home theme. Using colorful flowers will surely make the basket look stunning. We may create a simple gardening ornament but it will be a great accent to our home.
Another home and gardening accent that we can add to our interior decoration are terrariums. As we all know, terrarium is made of glass and is actually an aquarium but was modified so that we can place live plants in it and attach it either on walls or hang it on the ceiling. There are different types of terrariums, the glass, globe and bubble terrariums. These three are made with the same materials but differs on design. All three have the option to hang on the ceiling or have it posted on the wall.
These gardening gifts are great for our home interior decoration if we just know how to make use of them. Let us see what you can do with your gifts to make your home decoration. Great decorating!
Ernest Penuela specializes in hay rack and residential planters such as ustom window boxes and provides expert tips and ideas about indoor gardening. For more information, you can visit WindowBox.com and HooksandLattice.com or call 800-896-0978.
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