Have you ever wished for fresh homegrown vegetables during the dead of winter? Modern supermarkets do their best to transport and stock produce from around the globe during all four seasons, but it’s never quite the same what comes from the backyard garden.
Luckily, you can actually cultivate some select plants and herbs indoors for your enjoyment year round. From simple kitchen herb gardens with fresh Thai basil to indoor hydroponics systems growing leafy greens and succulent tomatoes, there are plenty of indoor gardening options to satisfy your taste for freshness without relying on the moods of Mother Nature.
Check out the graphic below to learn how you can start your own indoor garden.
With winter just around the corner, gardeners are wrapping up their summer efforts, preserving their harvests and preparing for the long, cold months to come. However, the growing season doesn’t have to stop just because outdoor conditions are too cold. There are plenty of ways to grow healthy, budget-friendly foods indoors throughout the winter (or any other time of year!).
Check out this visual guide to growing tasty eats indoors.
Your kitchen is the perfect place to start gardening indoors. In fact, you’ll likely find yourself impulsively grabbing for fresh herbs to accompany your culinary creations!
Indoor gardening is addictive. Before you know it, the hooks will be in deep, and you’ll be shopping for your first set of hydroponics equipment,
Unless you use a complete hydroponics kit or all-in-one system, you’re going to need some grow lights. Here’s what you should know before you pull the trigger on a set of bulbs.
Some folks march to the beat of their own drummer. Who says you have to plant your indoor garden in boring pots or traditional hydro gear? Check out these zany and clever planting methods.
Don’t be limited by the norm. There are plenty of ways to garden indoors and enjoy a harvest of homegrown foods year-round.
Browse Pinterest, Twitter and other social sites for inspiration, and you can check out additional ideas for gardening in small spaces here: DIY Urban Gardening with Recycled Items
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