Indoor Garden

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Introduction: Indoor Garden

From a draw to an indoor garden

Step 1: Enforce the Draw

I took down the front of the draw and dismantled a palet (note it was the strongest palet i've encounted and cost me breaking my hammer).
i've used the wood from the palet to enforce the bottom of the draw.

Step 2: Wheels of Fortune

Added wheels.

Step 3: Waterproof

Using 4 layers of nylon sheets and staple gun (only on the outside) i waterproofed the draw

Step 4: Decorate

Using icecreem sticks and staple gun i decorated the outside of the draw and spray painted the draw

Step 5: Soil and Plants

I filled the draw with soil and planted the plants.
I collect some small stones and decorated.

note - indoor plants must have good lighting, artificial lighting is good however it important to ensure to have both the uv and the ir spectrum.

Thats it, a little work and i'm left with an indoor garden and a broken hummer...

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    7 Comments

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    CreatedByVika8
    CreatedByVika8

    5 years ago

    Great idea which I'll implement in my indoor / apartment gardening space for my herbs! Thanks for your instructables and hope you can fix your broken or buy a new "hummer". You meant the car, right? :)

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    gwireman
    gwireman

    5 years ago

    the Popsicle sticks were clever adornment

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    udubinsky
    udubinsky

    Reply 5 years ago

    Thanks

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    redwolf007666
    redwolf007666

    6 years ago

    i see you didnt punch any holes for drainage noting that drainage is an extremly important issue for a healthy roots/plants. i wonder how ur garden is doing?

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    udubinsky
    udubinsky

    Reply 6 years ago

    since it is big as long as you dont flood it with water it grows fine.
    unfortunly it broke when i was moving for my new appartment.