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burlap pillow cover diy Spring Kitchen Decor - Growing Plants Under a Cloche

Happy Spring! We are officially in the Spring time season and we have been enjoying warm sunny days. Beautiful warm days means that I am spending time in the vegetable garden, checking bees and planting flowers. It also means that I am adding some fresh greenery to our home and this week I am sharing a simple corner of our kitchen decorated for Spring.

I have teamed up with a wonderful group of bloggers who are all sharing some spring DIYs with you!I’m so thankful for Jen at Noting Grace for organizing this blog hop and inviting me to participate. You can scroll all the way to the bottom of this post to see all of those that are participating.

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When it comes to decorating, you probably already know that I love to keep it simple and natural. So, when it came time to add a touch of Spring to my kitchen shelves, I knew I wanted to create a simple yet pretty and functional space.

I was recently on a flea market trip when I found a small glass cloche, and the same shop had several varieties of tiny plants. I purchased the glass cloche and a small fern.

Growing plants under a cloche creates a warm environment for the plant to grow. This allows the plant to a consistent level of humidity. Growing a plant under a cloche requires minimal care since the enclosed environment creates it’s own eco-system. Plants under a cloche will not need the regular watering that a typical houseplant would need.

To create your own little garden cloche, simply follow these easy steps.

Choose a plant that loves humidity. A good variety of plants includesburlap pillow cover diy, Maidenhair Ferns, Creeping Fig, Baby Tears, Mini English Ivy, African Violet and Orchids.

Place a handful of clean pebbles or moss in the base of the cloche for drainage purposes. I used an old ironstone saucer as my base.

Remove the plant from the pot and gently remove any of the excess soil.

Place the plant on top of the moss or the pebbles of the cloche base and lightly water the plant.

Place the cloche lid over the plant.

Choose a bright spot in your home to place the cloche but avoid direct sunlight.

Water only when the plants feels slightly dry.

Once your plant gets to big under the cloche, you will have to move it to a bigger cloche.

I hope that you have enjoyed this simple, yet pretty Spring idea. Please take a moment to visit Twelve on Main and see her beautiful Spring idea.

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Jen @ NOting Grace says

March 22, 2019

These cloches are so beautiful!! I love all the spring touches in your home, Sarah!

Thanks for joining us for I DIYed that!

Jordan says

March 26, 2019

I love this idea and it looks perfect in your home!!

Sarah Blankenship says

April 1, 2019

Thank you so much!

Rocky Hedge Farm is a simple living blog sharing the journey of a family living in small town USA. A hang laundry on the line, cook from scratch kind of girl, living in a manufactured home that is being remodeled, Sarah writes about balancing life as a mother, wife, homemaker, and farm girl.

Located in rural Missouri, Sarah keeps the company of her husband, and four children. The days are filled with time spent in the garden, keeping house, working on DIY projects, checking on the bees and chickens, and spending time with her husband and their children.

A beautifully remodeled World War II troop kitchen train car named Platform 1346 is available for overnight stays, and it sits at the foothills of the Great Smoky Mountains in Maryville, Tennessee.

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