Discover Pinterest’s 10 best ideas and inspiration for Windowsill plants. Get inspired and try out new things.
Looking for houseplants that can tolerate direct sun? Here are 12 beautiful indoor plants that will thrive on a sunny windowsill.
kat saved to House plants
Act now to ensure you have fresh supply of basil, mint and more until spring.
Laura De Coninck saved to KOT
Windowsills are seriously prime real estate in your home when it comes to plants. Not only are they bright—they’re also a perfect balance of out of the way (so plants are less likely to be jostled) and within sight (so they’re unlikely to be forgotten). And the guaranteed light—whether direct or indirect—makes them forgiving places to start for new plant parents, to boot. Need some inspiration to get going?
Anita saved to Home Decor
Windows let the gardener bring the outdoors indoors. Light powers all plant growth, and indoor plants need as much light as they can get. Porches will sometimes have jalousie windows made up of many slats of glass. Jalousie is from the French word...
layla de vriend saved to family home
Technically, I have all the herbs I could possibly need growing outside in my garden. But I kept thinking how handy it would be to have some live herbs growing within arm’s reach of my stove.…
Yahel Ben Michael saved to כובשות את העיר
Windowsill plants need to be small and grow slow. They need to be suitable for light conditions of different window's orientations.
Maureen Joseph saved to Windowsill
It seems like a constant challenge to find space for art supplies, music equipment, books and records, but this couple loves using their home to showcase their passions.
Dolly saved to Fensterbank
With clear illustrations and step-by-step instructions, this innovative guide shows you how to cultivate 68 common shoots, seeds, pits, roots, and tubers that might otherwise end up in the compost bin.\nDon't throw out your kitchen scraps -- grow them! Discover how you can transform leftover pomegranate seeds, mango pits, and dried bits of gingerroot into thriving plants. From the common carrot to the exotic cherimoya, you'll be amazed at the gardening possibilities hidden in the foods you…
John Watson saved to Quick Saves