No patio? No problem. You can still build a lush summer garden inside your four walls, no matter how much living space you have. We've rounded up more than a dozen indoor garden projects that take shape in new and different ways – growing up, hanging down, or simply making use of otherwise unused space.

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15 Indoor Garden Ideas for Wannabe Gardeners in Small Spaces

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How to Make the Most of Your Seriously Small Apartment Balcony | Apartment Therapy

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How to Make the Most of Your Seriously Small Apartment Balcony

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Chandelier Planter. Jislaine ♥ to inspire you! http://www.jislaine.de

How to Make Chandelier Planter - DIY & Crafts - Handimania

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How To Make A Butterfly Feeder To Attract Butterflies

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How To Make A Butterfly Feeder To Attract Butterflies

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Line flowerpots and planters with coffee filters to stop soil from falling through the drainage hole. Why didn't I think of that?

Carolina Charm: Handy Homemaker Tips & Tricks V

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You don't have to have a huge garden to give nature a home. If you've all got a small patio then putting plants in containers is the way forward. Here's 7 secrets to successful container gardening to get you started #homesfornature

Living Well: 7 Secrets For a Successful Container Garden

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Vegetables You Can Grow in The Shade

Vegetables You Can Grow in The Shade - Compost Rules.

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10 Gardening Ideas for Your Patio or Balcony

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The Ultimate Patio Vegetable Gardening Guide in Handy Infographic Form

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The Ultimate Vegetable Gardening Guide in Handy Infographic Form

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Herb garden pallets

Ninchen: #567 Upcycling deluxe

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Too cute!

Upcycled crafts: 7 creative planters

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101 Container Gardening Ideas

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Bananas attract, and citronella repels mosquitoes, right? You may be surprised! Learn the truth and other incredible, little-known mosquito facts from Mosquito Magnet®.

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So cute!

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This is a great bird feeder because it sticks to the window (so the children and cats can see the birds up close), and it has a one-way mirror so the birds don't see the cat and the kids! Holds plenty of food.

One-Way-Mirror Birdfeeder | Gifts for Bird Lovers

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orange slices in a dish, or hanging in a tree, attract butterflies

Heart...Captured: Memories, Dreams, and Reflections 2012

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Birdcage hanging planter ♥

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outdoor decor for winter - attach (hot glue won't last in cold weather) pinecones to large styrofoam shape of your choice, tip the ends with silver, white spray paint or fake snow, place in summer urn. Looks great indoors or outdoors.

Crazy Domestic: Pine Cone Topiary

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Make your patio/balcony an extension of your apartment home.

Summer Apartment Patio Decorating Tips

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Traditional window boxes are a charming way to space for your your apartment garden.

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Beautiful Balcony Decorating Ideas, 15 Green Balcony Designs

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Just about anything can be grown using container gardening. Be it a flower or vegetable, there's no reason that it can't be grown in a container.

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This is so neat! You put in your zip code, and it tells you what plants you should be planting now. You can even look ahead a few months to plan out your garden!

SproutRobot: The easy way to start a garden

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Garden ideas - Urban Gardening this is ingenious for people with small spaces - to create "upward" when you cannot create "out ward"

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Garden Decor :: Hometalk

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