12 Astonishing Tea Cup and Coffee Mug Gardens

Hey there my dear people! How are you? Are you enjoying the beautiful days? We are always here to give you some interesting ideas and inspire you to decorate your space. For today, I have a very interesting post that is called “12 Astonishing Tea Cup and Coffee Mug Gardens” and I think that you will find it interesting. Are you excited?

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If you live in a small apartment or house and you don’t have much space for indoor gardens, then you are on the right destination. These small, yet marvelous and very charming gardens don’t take too much space and will add freshness to your space.

You all have some cups and mugs that you don’t use anymore, but for some reasons you don’t want to throw them away yet. So, let’s check them out and get inspired to turn them in some cute small indoor gardens and enhance our interiors. Enjoy and have fun!

Tea Cup and Coffee Mug Gardens

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Succulent Growing Tips

Succulents do best in bright but indirect sunlight and love well draining soil. I like to keep my plants in tea cups, coffee mugs, baby food jars, mason jars and other containers without drainage holes. If you opt for some of these type of containers, you can layer the bottom of the container with pebbles or add sand to the soil to help with drainage issues. This type of plant can go longer period of time without water, but they won’t thrive in a drought. However, you can water your plants once a week during hotter months and a little less in winter season.

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Cactus Growing Tips

Cactus can be great addition to your space. Caring for this plant means paying close attention to the amount of water, sun and soil it has access to and making some adjustments to each so that the plant can thrive. Many cacti plants can be adapted in homes where the relative humidity is low. They may require modest amounts of water and fertilizer, but do require abundant light. That means that you need to place them in a bright, sunny windows.

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So, what do you think about these tea cup and coffee mug gardens my dear people? Do you find them charming and beautiful? Which idea is your favorite and would you like to incorporate in your home? Please share your comments with me! If you have some other tea cup or coffee mug garden ideas to show me, please share them as well. Thank you for reading! Enjoy in the rest of your day and don’t forget to stay up to date with the content of Karma Stream!