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Indoor plant wall inspiration

I’m in the midst of a major DIY-ing phase at the moment, so I thought I’d share some of the things I’ve learned in case you want to do the same.

I love plants. I love the way they look, the way they smell, the way they’re always so cheerful. They’re also quite useful in the home, but you can’t always just stick them in a pot and forget about them. As we’re a growing family, we need to make sure the plants are happy and that we don’t get too carried away with the idea of giving them all the attention they deserve.

The first thing we did was buy some grow bags. These are like mini plant pots with holes in them so you can see the plants, but the soil is still sealed in. We picked up ours from the Lidl store in Chorlton for £3 each and you can also find them in other stores.

You can buy bigger bags too, but these are the cheapest and easiest.

After that, we bought some plants. The only problem with plants is that you can’t really just buy them. They need to be in pots or grow bags to start with, so we needed to buy some pots and some soil to go with them.

We found these two pots at the Lidl for £1.50 each and the soil is contained in a little plastic tube that fits into the pot. We got some from the Lidl in Chorlton for £4 for 6 pots.

For the soil, we used some old cat litter. You can buy this in bags from the Lidl or you can buy it from your local pet store. The litter has to be clean, as it can have a lot of cat smells, but it’s a good soil-like mixture.

Here’s what you need:

Lidl pots

Lidl soil

Cat litter

Pruning shears

So what do you do? Well, if you have a plant that has outgrown its pot, you need to cut the roots off and put the plant in a new one. You can use a sharp knife or a pair of pruners, but you’ll have to be careful not to damage the roots.

When you buy a plant, you’ll need to choose a pot. We’ve got ours in the corner, but they’re also quite easy to find. You can also get them online.

You then need to cut off the roots and put them into the new pot. You can do this with a sharp knife or a pair of pruners.

The next thing you need to do is to add some water and some soil. You need to fill the pot about half way up the root, so you can put the top of the root down into the soil. Then you just need to wait for the plant to grow.

You can buy your plants in a variety of sizes, but you’ll need to make sure that the pot is the right size for the plant.

You can also buy some of these things in bulk. For example, you can buy your Lidl pots in bulk for £2.50 for 10 pots.

As for the soil, you can buy it in bags of 10 or you can buy it in bulk. You can buy a bag of Lidl soil for £1.20 or you can buy it in bulk for £6.50.

We got ours from the Lidl in Chorlton, but you can also find it in other stores.

If you want to save some money, you can buy the Lidl soil and the Lidl pots in bulk, which will save you some money.

If you’re going to be doing a lot of DIY, you can also save a lot of money by buying in bulk. For example, you can buy the Lidl pots in bulk for £2.50 for 10 pots.

And you can buy the Lidl soil in bulk for £6.50.

If you’re planning on doing a lot of DIY, you can save money by buying in bulk. For example, you can buy the Lidl pots in bulk for £2.50 for 10 pots.

And you can buy the Lidl soil in bulk for £6.50.

You can also buy the Lidl soil in bags of 10 or you can buy it in bulk. You can buy a bag of Lidl soil for £1.20 or you can buy it in bulk for £6.50.

If you’re going to be doing a lot of DIY, you can also save a lot of money by buying in bulk. For example, you can buy the Lidl pots in bulk for £2.50 for 10 pots.

And you can buy the Lidl soil in bulk for £6.50.

We got ours from the Lidl in Chorlton, but you can also find it in other stores.

The next thing you need to do is to buy some plants. We got ours from the Lidl for £3 each and you can also find them in other stores.

You can buy bigger bags too, but these are the cheapest



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