No problem. You can still build a lush summer garden inside your four walls, no matter how much living space you have. We've rounded up more than a dozen indoor garden projects that take shape in new and different ways – growing up, hanging down
Useful in gardens, tomato cages are also ripe for repurposing as pretty plant stands. Cut off the spiky feet with a clipper, then spray-paint the cage gold. Set it on its wide end, and fit a pot inside.
Fiddle Leaf Fig - We couldn’t complete this list without adding fiddle leaf fig. Fiddle leaf is a tall, appealing houseplant with glossy, leathery foliage. This large houseplant can change the look of any room.
vertical hanging herbs If you happen to only have a small empty corner in your kitchen, this vertical planter is just for you. It won’t take up much room and you can put the herbs that kitty eats on top. (via Decorating Your Small Space)