Mountain Living

Indoor Mountain Garden

Indoor Mountain Garden

The weather is definitely getting chillier up here at night, so we’ve moved all our plants indoors.  Because our rental cabin has very little space, we’ve had to line everything up and squeeze things in where we can.  There’s one East-facing wall in the kitchen that we’re using for our indoor mountain garden.  Even when it’s really cold and snowy, all our plants will still get the warmth and light of the sun streaming through the windows and glass door.

Andy and I were sad that our lemon tree died before we moved.  Andy gave it to me for my birthday 5 years ago before we moved to The Turnaround House.  There were a couple of years that we got lemons out of it, but it was really struggling over the past year.  Our lime tree, however, is thriving!  Hopefully it will adjust to mountain conditions as well.  Is it possible to grow citrus trees in the mountains??

Remember the hydroponic garden for herbs that we got when we first moved here?  All the herbs have almost completely grown in.  They get light from the LED lights as well as the sun and the moon, so they’re getting the best of both worlds.  This lifestyle is new to all of us, so we’re all adjusting the best we can.  Plants definitely make it feel like home, though!

Indoor Mountain Garden

Indoor Mountain Garden

Indoor Mountain Garden

Indoor Mountain Garden

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