The Basics of Growing Food Indoors

Are you aware you can grow various herbs and vegetables indoors all year round?

Only one tall shelving unit supplies enough space to create a continuous harvest of delightful fresh options through the year, although it’ll never replace a bigger outside garden.

As with any endeavor that is new, it is wise to start small-a container of salad greens, maybe-and ensure it is something you love doing and need to pursue before making any larger purchases including shelving and grow lights.

Begin growing and you will learn which plants enjoy your house.

Growing Food In Your House

Remember that no growing surroundings-whether it is inside or outside-is perfect for every kind of plant.

The list (below) gives you a notion of what’s potential. Select foods you love and be willing to test and accommodate.

It will not take long before you begin to understand which best in your house grows.

Herbs You’ll Be Able To Grow Inside

  • Chervil
  • Coriander
  • Lemongrass
  • Oregano
  • Parsley
  • Peppermint
  • Rosemary
  • Sage
  • Spearmint
  • Thyme

Hint: Cut away what you need for cooking; the remainder will continue to grow.

Veggies You’ll Be Able To Grow Inside

Sprouts, shoots, and microgreens are all terms for plants that are edible we eat and can pick within their early development phases. Shoots and microgreens grow in earth.

You are able to buy options and assortment seed packs may contain mixes of
Shoots – peas, sunflowers (discover varieties meant for human consumption), sprouted grains.

More Veggies You’ll Be Able To Grow Inside

Your success will be contingent on the growing conditions at home. Regardless of what, it is interesting to try and see what works.

  • Beets
  • Carrots (select varieties that do not need deep earth)
  • Kale
  • Mushrooms (for more seasoned growers)
  • Potatoes (just for fun: the crop will be quite little)
  • Radishes
  • Spinach
  • Swiss chard
  • Tomatoes (cherry tomatoes and other little varieties)
  • Hot Peppers

Indoor Food Growing Resources & Supplies

It is wise to attempt growing only a container or two of some favorites before you invest in supplies.
Sprouts, leafy greens, and radishes are simple options to begin with.
See if you love it, then begin enlarging your small indoor farm.

  1. Seed catalogues are a superb reference for finding fascinating varieties to try and selecting seeds.
  2. Shelving
  3. Lights
  4. Containers
  5. Container Combination/Growing Medium
  6. Seeds
  7. Timer
  8. Electric Fan
  9. Watering can
  10. Plant mister

I expect this would be all the supplies you would need for beginning your own indoor kitchen garden!

The Basics of Growing Food Indoors - Golly Gee Gardening

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