I’m so happy to have the pleasure of sharing a great guest post with you today! Tim Graham, writer at www.yardandgardenduru.com has been kind enough to offer his advice on indoor gardening for us today! I thought this a perfect topic since winter is upon us and many of us who love to plant, and are at least learning how to do so (Hands up!) might have difficulty in the winter months. I hope you all get as much out of this as I have. Can’t wait to get that indoor garden started! Thank you, Tim for this great post!
No matter how much space you have at home, it is still possible to grow vegetables and herbs. All that is required is a little ingenuity and a little thought, and you can be well on your way to having fresh produce on hand.
You also have a second benefit from growing in these smaller places. Your home looks chic and much more inviting.
Here are five vegetable gardening ideas that can help you on your way. They are not the ultimate as there are hundreds of ways you can adapt and change what you use to plant. So if you want to plant up, down, left or right there will be an option somewhere.
These are easy to purchase and take no time to get ready and require very little skill or knowledge. It is good to see what you can grow in windows boxes before you continue:
Radishes Leaf lettuce Spinach Green onions Most Herbs (basil, thyme, parsley, sage, oregano, and chives)
There are a few tips that will help you obtain the very best from your window box:
Examine plant and seed packet labels to ensure the selection you choose will fit in your window box. Your window box should be hung from a south-facing window if possible. This will allow your veggies and herbs to get as much sunlight as possible. If you are unable to do this, and a window will suffice your veggies yet might not get the same doses