Inspiration: Indoor Plantscapes

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Indoor gardens are an amazing way to bring texture and life inside, nevermind the health benefits of some greenery in a closed up space. And as Spring inches closer, it's a great time to tend to the one you have going on or to start a new one. From herb gardens to terrariums, orchids to succulents, there's a garden suitable for everyone. Jump below to see some inspiration to create your own indoor garden:

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We love growing citrus and they'll be happy indoors near a window (the Victorians did this in winter months!).

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It's not too late to plant some spring bulbs, just keep them near light and water them regularly.

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Ben's Mid Century Mecca is am example of using plants as sculpture and privacy.

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Our succulents do well indoors as long as their near a window or as long as we put them outside every couple of weeks to get an extra boost of sunlight.

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Keep it simple with small terra cotta pots that are tiered on a cake stand or pedestal for a straightforward arrangement. Image via domino.

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An indoor herb garden can be rewarding on many levels. Find a sunny spot and plant herbs like mint, basil, rosemary and thyme to help freshen the air and add some flavor to your cooking.

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Gregory is our resident expert on terrariums and has had a lot of luck with both tropical and succelent arrangements. Image via domino.

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Here's a simpler take on a traditional terrarium. Using glass bowls and one plant at a time you can set up a pretty tablescape. Just make sure not to overwater since the bowls don't have any drainage!

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Dramatic, large scale indoor plants can bring texture and focus to a room that might need some oomph. Check out some indoor plant options on the bigger scale.

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Orchids can be an economical choice (get 'em cheap at Trader Joe's) and the blooms last forever. Image from Dave on Long Island's Flickr.

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One of our favorite set ups uses some tiny pots, a hanging one and some brilliant light in a beautiful window.