Friday, August 28, 2020
Gardening is not limited to outdoor activities. We already took you into the world of indoor gardening with our blogs. With the different types of plant terrariums and submerged flowers we showed you how, now autumn is coming, we continue gardening indoors. Flowers on a classic vase or houseplants will never leave our living rooms, but there’s so much more...
The old Japanese excelled in floral decoration and floral arranging. With help of the Kenzan they made the most beautiful creations. The Kenzan is also called spiky frog in English. It owes its name to the essence of the product: the spikes on which you 'prick' the flowers. The spikes hold the flowers together and keep them in the right place. Because of this, a vase is not always necessary and it makes it easy to present flowers in a different way. In a bowl, mug or on a plate, for example. The rubber ring around the vase prevents damage.
When we talk about indoor gardening, we can't skip the trend of the moment: striking. Growing plants out of cuttings is booming and actually quite simple. Cut off a young piece of the the stem of the plant and place it in water. The cutting will easily adjust and starts to grow roots in the water.
By the way, you can also start at the very beginning: germinate seeds or pits. This germinating is easy. You only need some kitchen paper, water and a petri dish.
Do you want more inspiration about indoor gardening? Discover it here.