No matter what color your thumb happens to be, you can probably keep these plants alive in your kitchen.
And you should want to try it out: Not only do household plants serve as beautiful and sustainable home decor...
...but they can also help purify your air and increase humidity (a particularly appealing benefit in the dry winter months).
Plus, studies show that plants in the workplace increase morale and productivity — two very good things, in or out of the kitchen.
So, if you’re looking for a way to bring your garden inside your home, check this out – This is:“15 Plants You Can Easily Grow In Your Own Kitchen.”
Consider bringing one of these plants into your kitchen. They're all pretty easy to care for, which means even your children can be kitchen gardeners.
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Seedles started as a sidewalk stroll, evolved into a home science lab experiment, and started blooming as a Kickstarter project in April of 2014. We successfully raised over $11,000 and decided to roll out a website and product line because we had hundreds of people begging us for more after the campaign ended.
Seedlesare rainbow bright balls of seed, compost, and clay. We’ve done the heavy lifting bydesigning Seedles to practically grow themselves. They add fun and vibrant colors to your neighborhood while benefitting local pollinators. All you have to do is throw them and grow them.
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