There are only three days left to submit your photos to the Gardenista Considered Design Awards, so grab your iPhones and snap some photos of your indoor plants and flowers. The rewards are great–five finalists in each category will have their projects featured on our site, and the winners earn a custom-made garden lantern from Casamidy.
We’d love to see more entries in our Indoor Garden category: Enter your houseplants, terrariums, tabletop gardens, window boxes, flower arrangements, tablescapes, hanging plants, herb gardens, or whatever creative indoor plant or flower grouping you can come up with. Submitting your photos is free and easy to do, but don’t forget that entries close on Friday, June 14 at midnight PDT.
Below are some of our favorite indoor garden images to get you started. Find your cameras and water your houseplants, trim your herbs, or call your friends over for dinner at your flora-filled dining table. Snap some photos and send them in (scroll to the bottom of the post for the entry form).
We can’t wait to see your entries!
Above: A desktop spray of cherry blossoms from DIY: The Magical Powers of White Cherry Blossoms.
Above: Windowsill Lily of the Valley from Would Spring Still Smell Like Spring Without Lily of the Valley?
Above: Hanging wall posies from DIY Love Potion: Medicine Vials as Wall Vases.
Above: Kitchen vines from 5 Favorites: Vines as Indoor Decor.
Above: A very green shelf from 5 Favorites: Vines as House Plants.
Above: A windosill herb garden from DIY: Shade-Tolerant Herbs to Grow in Your Apartment.
Above: Springtime arrangements from Bouquet of the Week: Posies of Lily of the Valley.
Above: A diminutive house plant from 5 Favorites: Mini House Plants for Apartment Living.
Above: A climbing vine from Steal This Look: Vine, With Bedroom.
Above: A Modern Vessel Lichen Moss Terrarium from TinyTerrains on Etsy; $29.50.