“We may think we are nurturing our garden, but of course, it’s our garden that is really nurturing us.”
No matter who you are, a Man or Woman, a Golden-Ager or a school-going kid, a Software Engineer or a Chef, a Pastor or a Secular, the point is even though miles apart from each, there’s one activity that can be admired equally and that is Gardening. And who wouldn’t want to have garden-fresh, natural, and additive-free vegetables and fruits? Of Course, a modern urban human does not have to grow food on their own to survive, but the delight and contentment of growing a vegetable or a fruit on your own in front of your eyes is one hundred percent a stunning experience. And on top of that, growing produce on your own has numerous other perks like:
- It can reduce stress
- It makes you feel fresh and boosts mood
- Increases exposure to Vitamin D
- Make you feel Less Lonely
- It can help you burn Calories
These are the reasons why the demand from Home Interior Designers for an in-house Kitchen Garden and the latest kitchen furniture design is increasing every day. Irrespective of how small or big a house you have, you can always have an in-house Garden.
And if you are one of those who are pondering about having a garden in their house, here are the following ideas that you may want to consider:
1. A balcony Garden
Regardless of the size or dimension of your Balcony, you can always set up a Garden on your Balcony and grow your most preferred vegetables like cabbage, potato, tomato, coriander, etc. Growing vegetables on your Balcony is the wisest thing to do because you can quickly get sunlight for your plants. Adding various sizes of platforms to place plants in them is another way to make room for more and more plants.
2. A Terrace Garden
Setting up a Terrace Garden is an outstanding option if you have considerable free space on your terrace with access to clear sunlight. Based on your preferred style, taste, and choice, you can ask your interior designer to set up a fully functioning Terrace Kitchen with the latest kitchen furniture design. You can grow your preferred plants according to the season and trends around you.
3. An Indoor or At-Home Kitchen Garden
Those who live in big metropolitan cities like Mumbai, Delhi, Bangalore, Lucknow, etc. and live in a house with limited and cramped space that does not get a lot of sunlight. For these types of At home kitchen gardens, there is no need to make a lot of fuss, and they don’t need to be taken much care of and can be very easily maintained. All you have to do is make sure that you provide the plants with enough sunlight and water them regularly. On top of that, you can also have an interior wall designed related and fitting with your ideal Kitchen Garden, and it helps your house look more lively and attractive.
4. Plumb/Vertical Kitchen Garden
A Plumb kitchen garden is most famous for saving a lot of space. Plumb Kitchen Gardening is also called Vertical Gardening. It is preferred mainly by people living in Cosmopolitan-Metro cities where people generally don’t have lots of spare places in their house for Gardening. The concept of Plumb or Vertical Kitchen Gardening, started by modern-day Interior Designers, has drastically changed the standard norms and cliche concepts.
In Plumb/Vertical kitchen Gardening, plants are placed according to a blueprint designed according to shapes, sizes, and Sunlight requirements of various plants you want to keep in your house. The selection of the right plants is the most important in Plumb Kitchen Gardening.