Many people assume in the winter months that greenhouse growing is off limits, but this is simply not true. There are certainly ways you can have a blossoming greenhouse even during the winter months.
Just because it’s the winter season doesn’t meant that you have to stop growing your basil. Moving your favorite herb indoors and continuing its growth can be easy and even more convenient. Let’s take a look at a few tips for growing basil indoors.
Here is what you will need to get started growing your own nutrient dense microgreens.
We tend to think of greenhouses as spaces devoted to growing plants, but they have other uses as well.
A whole new range of plants from across the world can now be successfully grown indoors. The plants I have selected here are all easy to grow and require just basic care.
Fragrant house plants offer a continuous aroma and is the natural way (and by far my favorite way) to keep your home fresh.
To pot up Rosemary for wintering indoors, select a clay pot one to two inches larger than the root ball. Use regular indoor potting soil. The addition of a little sand will be helpful; Rosemary prefers sandy soil
You can enjoy fresh and very flavorful herbs for cooking, teas and medicinal use all year round if you choose to grow indoor herb gardens. Of course, when the warmer climates finally arrives, you can easily transfer them to your outdoor area.
Gardening is often seen as an outdoors activity that is limited to certain weather conditions. When it comes to herbs, a windowsill facing south or west is an excellent area to grow and harvest herbs all year long.
Indoor plants not only serve decorative purposes, they are also useful in cleaning up your room environment. Following is a short synopsis of which indoor plants are hot this season.
With proper preparation and care, you can expect to harvest fresh from your indoor garden celery.
One of the blessings of sprouts is that all you need is one square foot of space to enjoy a wide variety of healthy, fresh-grown veggies, grown in less than a week.
Indoor gardening for kids is actually much easier to handle than an outside garden. An indoor garden can be maintained in one area and you don’t have to worry about taking your children out in the rain to pull weeds.
Grow and maximize the medicinal properties of herbs with this ultimate guide. Get expert tips on the most beneficial medicinal herbs.
Growing tomatoes indoors is not difficult. Anyone can grow tomatoes indoors.