Could we one or two glass shelves made for over the kitchen sink.a possible herb garden in the window?
Obsessed with window shelves. For plants, but also for other things. Like coloured glass bottles for the light to shine through, and keepsakes that don't really belong on a bookshelf.
These are track shelving, but it would be a simple matter to upgrade the look a bit. The key is to make sure the shelves themselves are sturdy and deep enough to support the plants you have. A concept to ponder for my three lonely south-facing windows.
Plants on shelves in front of windows to obscure view, create green space
From source: XIXth century glass domes mounted with collections of butterlies or plaster vanities. Each dome is unique and the setting is signed by our workshop. Price is from 900 euros (butterflies only) to euros (vanity+butterflies).
Takanori Aiba is a Japanese artist who specializes in intricate Bonsai Tree-houses. Aiba uses craft paper, plastic, plaster, acrylic resin, paint and other materials to construct sprawling miniature tree-house communities that wrap around bonsai trees.
David Latimer from Cranleigh, Surrey, with his bottle garden that was first planted 53 years ago and has not been watered since 1972 - yet continues to thrive in its sealed environment. The bottle garden has created its own miniature ecosystem.
Morning glory porch screen -- You can't eat morning glories but you can use this idea to grow green bean plants that run, such as pole beans or half runners. It will make it easier to pick them plus provide some shade and privacy on your porch.