Add Plants for an RV Interior Upgrade
There are a lot of amazing things to love about the RV lifestyle, like meeting people from around the country (and sometimes even around the globe), and waking up to some of the country’s most scenic outdoor locations. However, while going for a few months or even a year or more on the road has some pretty appealing facets, there are some things that you lose with this type of traveling, like gardening.
Love Gardening? Add Plants for an RV Interior Upgrade and a More Satisfying RV Lifestyle
Not having land to care for is both a big drawback and a big advantage of living in an RV. That’s because while on one hand, your labor costs and time of maintaining a yard are gone, on the other hand, you no longer get to enjoy the look, smell, and sometimes taste of the things you can grow. The good news is that if you are missing green living, some simple RV interior upgrade techniques is all you need to enjoy gardening on the road.
Tip #1: Consider Soil-Free Gardening
More states are starting to regulate plant and soil transportation in order to reduce the invasive spread of certain pests and diseases from state-to-state and region-to-region. California, for example, has become increasingly strict in recent years, and should you ever travel over the northern or southern United States border, you can expect to have to declare your plants.
The good news is that you can reduce the risk of soil contamination, increase the likelihood of keeping your plants, and reduce the overall costs and issues associated with indoor plants by making one simple RV interior upgrade: Going soilless. With hydroponic planters like this one by AeroGarden, you can enjoy lush plants without having to worry about soil risks and you can do so no matter how much sunlight your RV gets wherever it’s parked. Hydroponic planters can be easily placed anywhere in your RV for a burst of green color and a living RV interior upgrade.
Tip #2: Check for Suction Cup Shelves
One of the biggest hurdles for gardening in an RV is the lack of space. One solution is to utilize suction cup shelves like these for a non-drilling, non-permanent RV interior upgrade. Simply store the plants safely when on the road and then return them to these shelves once you’ve parked and are set-up.
Note, however, this more temporary RV interior upgrade likely isn’t a good choice for those with curious cats.
For Bigger RV Interior Upgrade Projects, Contact the Pros
Changing planters and experimenting with shelving are RV interior upgrade projects that just about anyone can do, but sometimes your interior dreams are bigger and more permanent. For those types of RV interior upgrade projects, our experienced team is here for you. Contact us today to learn more.