Dish gardens bring joy of gardening inside for the winter
There is no need for gardeners to go dormant along with their landscape when cold weather arrives.
Arranging plants in small dishes and pots can be an enjoyable indoor alternative at the end of the summer growing season.
Dish gardens generally consist of several different plants arranged together in a single container.
The most important thing is choosing plants needing similar surroundings and care.
Indoor gardens, with
their miniature, low-maintenance plants, thrive in small spaces, and that makes them a natural fit for succulents.
Use materials to accessorize like rocks, lichens, sticks and acorns. More tips at thestar.com/life
Low -maintenance plants like succulents are a natural option for dish gardens.THE