Top 10 Awesome DIY kitchen Gardening Projects
For all those who love gardening it is time to setup a cute adorable, refreshing kitchen garden.
Yes they are pretty easy to setup and with some creative ways of presenting them they will give quite a daunting look.
So let’s get started, just use your keyboard arrow keys or click the arrow buttons to view the projects.
#1 Tea Cup garden
Setup your kitchen garden in tea cups which will undoubtedly give dazzling look.
Though some times porcelain tea cup sets are quite expensive and antique still if you want you can find some cheap ones for this purpose.
They can also end up as quite perfect gift for moms.
#2 Growing Green Onions in water
If you did not knew earlier it is quite easy to grow green onions in your kitchen plus they are very healthy too.
You can try this in plain simple water, just place some onion bulbs in water jar and see the magic, endless supply of green onions.
the only trick is to place them in a window with plenty of Sunshine.
#3 Basil plants from cuttings
Start healthy food induction in your lifestyle with these healthy veggies which can be easily grown in your kitchen garden.
You will have to buy some basils from store as you do normally just spare some for growing in your kitchen, you need to have proper area of basil with some proper trimming and you can easily make them grow.
#4 How to Force Tulip Bulbs in Water
Along with veggies and herbs you can also grow some beautiful flowers in your kitchen garden and make it even more elegant.
Like tulips, which can be easily grown in your garden with few effective tips.
Starting from buying tulips bulbs and placing them through sleepy time you will have to place some glass beads in jar then place bulbs and add some water.
This will do the trick and force tulips out of bulb
#5 A Citrus Peel Starter Pot For Seedlings
A great garden hack for your up coming kitchen garden.
use this trick for effective seed starting, just dig a hole in citrus veggie/fruit peel add some dirt and seeds and ….. voila
#6 Grow Garlic Sprouts
Grow another one of the daily used veggie and most of the time it is ingredient in our lunch/dinner.
yes we are talking about garlic, they are also pretty effortless to grow in your kitchen garden.
Like some other veggies you can grow them by placing them in a jar with water only to slightly dip the bulbs, the trick is to change the water when it needs to be changed i.e gets ill colored
#7 Indoor Herb Garden IKEA Hack
Use this IKEA hack to make your kitchen garden charming and gorgeous.
You will need to use IKEA vurm which is a wine bottle holder, hang it on wall and just place a glass container,
Then grow your gorgeous herbs and veggies in them, simple and elegant
#8 GROW A CARROT TOP
now it is time to grow one of most delicious and my favorite veggie “Carrots”
yes i love them and yes it might be a myth that they fix your eye sight weakness but i still love them.
you can bake them, make some salad and eat them as it is they are always good in every way.
take full size carrots and cut 2 inch from top then place these heads in some place where you can submerge them in water, you have to submerge them only slightly.
Then place them somewhere you get sunlight
#9 How To Grow An Avocado Tree
Though you cannot have full fledge avocado tree in your kitchen garden but you can always start from your kitchen.
Take a avocado seed, properly wash it, then insert tooth picks in such a way that seed could be suspended over glass jar filled with water, water level should be such that seed is clear from it at least 2-3 inch.
then allow it to grow after some level of growth place it in full size pot or in your full sized garden
#10 MASON JAR HERB GARDEN
Make a mason jar garden by hanging mason jars on wooden lodge how creative and brilliant this is.
Do some gardening with style.
The project is pretty simple just hang the jars on wooden lodge, fill mason jars with proper compost and place herbs in it.
#11 Tea tin herb garden
Perfect use of your old tea tins, could not be better use of them.
Make a marvelous kitchen garden using your old tea tins just drill some holes in bottom and you are good to go, place dirt or proper compost and grow some herbs or veggies.