Mini Window Garden Tour & 6 Tips for Maintenance of



I had been meaning to get some plants in this house, however I was unsure of what would survive in the not so plant friendly indoor environment along with the dull lighting and gloomy weather most of the year. As spring started to approach I could see so many lush and green plants filling up the racks in the stores. I couldn’t resist but get one plant each time I would go out.

Every time a plant adorned this little window sill of mine, I felt like it needed a partner or a friend. Being a plant enthusiast I knew that if I took care in the right way they would survive . Past few months I was observing how these beauties behaved and it occurred to me that these are not only survivors but also fighters. With so much of sun outside but only little hitting this window , with not so much breeze in the gloomy weather, these plants adjusted , with whatever little they got. There were times when some seemed to be doing better than others but slowly the not so good ones thrived, to which I like to believe that they learnt the ways of life in due course of time.

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