How cute is that little fabric succulent in a teacup on the cover of the new Mollie Makes? It’s inspired us to get green-fingered and create our own indoor gardens
Indoor gardens can give just as much pleasure as their outdoor cousins. We’ve found the best projects and styles for you to recreate at home. Get digging!
[Top row, left to right] 1. This eucalyptus chandelier was made for a wedding, but we think it could work well in a porch. 2. Succulents in a vintage tin? Yes please! 3. Wind foliage around a large wire hoop and hang over a table for a gorgeous alternative to cut flowers.
[Middle row, left to right] 4. Springy moss planted in vintage muffin tins is both tactile and beautiful – the green and grey are a great colour combo. 5. This succulent wreath is just GORGEOUS. 6. Old wine crates make great planters for growing salad in a sun room.
[Bottom row, left to right] 7. There’s something so quaint about a Victorian-style bell jar planted with moss and topped with fabric butterflies. 8. Re-pot supermarket herbs into battered tea tins for instant vintage chic. 9. Lego figures have a whole new landscape to explore in these fun terrariums.