It's raining outside so move indoors to exercise your green thumb! Add beauty to your home by creating indoor gardens using houseplants with beautiful blooms and colorful foliage. They not only add beauty to your home, but also improve the air quality by filtering out toxins. There are many ways to use houseplants in your home whether as a single statement piece like a floor plant or in combination with other plants in containers, terrariums, and baskets.                                                                                         Another great rainy day garden project is starting seeds indoors. Here's 5 of our favorite indoor garden projects with DIY instructions and recipes.

Miniature Terrarium Miniature terrariums make fun accents for your home. This project is fun for kids and kids at heart.   Indoor Project – Bright indirect light Project time: 30 minutes          Modern Succulent Bowl This modern indoor arrangement is a indoor full sun project that is easy to maintain. Place this succulent and air plant arrangement near a sunny window away from hot direct afternoon sun.   Indoor Project – Bright light Project time: 15 minutes         Houseplant Garden Basket Add a fresh touch to your home with a garden filled with a mix of blooming and colorful foliage plants. This indoor garden combines the long lasting blooming Anthuriums with trailing variegated Pothos and Lime Dracaena in a textured basket.    Indoor Project – Medium light Project time: 30 minutes          Repot an Orchid Follow our tips to repot a new or favorite orchid into a pot that fits the decor of your home or office.   Indoor Project – Bright indirect light Project time: 30 minutes           Starting Seed Indoors  Starting plants from seeds is so easy and very rewarding. It’s a terrific way to get kids involved in gardening, too. It’s also a great way to save money!   Indoor Project – Bright indirect light Project time: varies         Video Ic Video: How to Take Care of Your Orchid >   Click Here More Garden DIY Ideas >