Bring Nature inside your home. How? That’s possible with dish gardening. Yes, you heard that right. Like many homeowners and plant-lovers, I am also falling in love with this trend today. Who wouldn’t? Dish garden showcases gorgeous flowers, succulents, cacti, and other plants. That’s truly bringing a little greenery in your space - be it in your home or office.
Try to check out browsing about dish gardening and for sure, you’ll go planning with your first or next indoor garden project.
A Quick Glimpse
Dish gardens are already popular for years in some countries in the world. They are designed and made as gifts on special occasions or just a decor in living spaces. From simple to complex to wonderful arrangements, you will love it more for sure because of the benefits it can bring to yourself and your loved ones.
What is Dish Gardening?
Dish gardens are also known as European gardens, foliage gardens, cactus gardens, and others. Simply defined, it’s a ‘little’ garden placed in a shallow dish or container. It can be landscaped to reveal a miniature ecosystem creating a nature scenery that is lovely and eye-catching.
In creating with a dish garden project, make sure to use container that is leak-free. This is to avoid possible damage to wood furniture or in areas you will place your dish garden.
Benefits of Dish Gardening
We all know that plants bring countless benefits to us. With dish gardening, let’s focus on two major benefits it can provide.
Indoor plants such as those in dish garden can help filter toxins in the environment. With that, your home will be full of fresh air which brings peace, comfort, and relaxation. Dish gardens also eliminates pollutants in the air and keeps the air humid to aid in breathing in a healthier environment. This can also aids in relieving stress and lowers blood pressure. Such an amazing health benefit, right?
What’s more enticing about dish gardens is the ability to evoke the feelings of serenity and peace. Therefore, an increase in productivity can be expected since working with tasks or chores is more comfortable.
Are you ready to create your first dish garden design? We’d love to hear your thoughts and see your own arrangements.