Archive for October, 2011

Decorating your Indoor Garden for Halloween

October 21st, 2011

You look around your home and see wonderful Halloween decorations everywhere until you see your little Aerogarden Indoor Garden. Though attractive, it’s not fitting with the surrounding decorations as aside from the beautiful greens inside it there isn’t much colour. Here are several things you can do to bring it into the atmosphere of the festivities around your home.

The easiest way to go is to either cut out different Halloween themed shapes from construction paper and paste them onto the garden with scotch tape or use all natural decorations, such as leaves from the beautifully coloured trees of the season. If you want to really go a bit further, simply visit your nearby crafts store and scope out the decorations available. You can tape any type of decoration onto the Aerogarden as long as it’s not too big. There are also great Halloween themed garlands which you can string around the contraption and even throughout the plants growing in the garden.

Want to get extra creative, cut out little grave stones, black cats, spooky ghosts, and dark trees small enough to be put in between the plants in your garden, this is also an ideal way to decorate any garden, whether it’s an indoor garden or outdoors.

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October 7th, 2011

Whether you have an Aerogarden or a garden in the back yard, you may find yourself trying to figure out what to do with all of your crops. This goes both for your beautiful flowers as well as the crops that you’ve taken care of all summer. There are numerous ways that you can put them to use, both to help you as well as your family and friends.

You can utilize your crops by keeping them for the cold winter months through freezing. Simply cut them up and place them in plastic Ziploc bags and place them in the freezer. This way you can have a fresh reminder of the summer when the temperature drops below zero. If you don’t want to deal with freezing them simply share them with family, friends, neighbours, and co-workers. A basket full of fresh produce from your home garden will surely help improve any relationship. The same goes for a beautiful flower bouquet, wouldn’t it be nicer to give them to someone than to watch them quickly dry up in the garden?

If you aren’t big on bouquets you can do the alternative, get creative. Make a gift basket with herbs, simply dry them and place them in pretty boxes or bags. Flowers can also be dried and the petals used for sachets. Or simply freeze the herbs and use them later when cooking.

The Aerogarden will offer plenty of great produce and flowers, and eventually you may find yourself wondering what to do with it all.

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