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Becoming The World’s First ‘Net Negative’ Gardening Company

Urban Leaf was founded upon the belief that addressing the environmental impact of our food system represents one of, if not the, biggest challenges that our generation faces. It is simply not possible that humanity can continue to feed itself the...

How to Grow Kale Indoors

Kale used to be called the peasant’s cabbage. Now, it’s more like a wealthy Hollywood superstar’s cabbage.Timing Sprouts in 1-2 weeks. Harvest from Month 3+ on.Part sun Equivalent of 5+ hours of direct sun [DLI of 15+ mol/m²/day].Care Beginner...

Indoor Light for Lettuce & Leafy Greens

Leafy greens tend to be short-lived crops in nature but when grown in a controlled environment, like your home, they can be harvestable for a long time. The game is to not let them think it's summer (when it gets too hot or the days get too long,...

Are You Getting Enough Light? Here’s An Easy Fix

A good fix for your plant that is not getting enough light is natural light! Herbs such as basil, cilantro, dill, and parsley all have slightly different light preferences, but as a general rule of thumb, your home garden needs at least 6 hours of...
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Becoming The World’s First ‘Net Negative’ Gardening Company

Becoming The World’s First ‘Net Negative’ Gardening Company

Urban Leaf was founded upon the belief that addressing the environmental impact of our food system represents one of, if not the, biggest challenges that our generation faces. It is simply not possible that humanity can continue to feed itself the way it does. It’s no...

How to Grow Kale Indoors

How to Grow Kale Indoors

Kale used to be called the peasant’s cabbage. Now, it’s more like a wealthy Hollywood superstar’s cabbage.Timing Sprouts in 1-2 weeks. Harvest from Month 3+ on.Part sun Equivalent of 5+ hours of direct sun [DLI of 15+ mol/m²/day].Care Beginner friendly. You’ll sprout,...

Indoor Light for Lettuce & Leafy Greens

Indoor Light for Lettuce & Leafy Greens

Leafy greens tend to be short-lived crops in nature but when grown in a controlled environment, like your home, they can be harvestable for a long time. The game is to not let them think it's summer (when it gets too hot or the days get too long, they end their life...

Are You Getting Enough Light? Here’s An Easy Fix

Are You Getting Enough Light? Here’s An Easy Fix

A good fix for your plant that is not getting enough light is natural light! Herbs such as basil, cilantro, dill, and parsley all have slightly different light preferences, but as a general rule of thumb, your home garden needs at least 6 hours of direct sunlight a...

How to Grow Arugula Indoors

How to Grow Arugula Indoors

The Romans grew arugula as an edible herb and ate it for good luck. Arugula's spicy aroma and flavor make it naturally resistant to pests.Timing Sprouts in 1-2 weeks. Harvest from Month 2+ on.Full sun Equivalent of 5+ hours of direct sun [DLI of 15+ mol/m²/day].Care...

How to Use Microgreens In Your Salads, Smoothies, Snacks and More

How to Use Microgreens In Your Salads, Smoothies, Snacks and More

Although they are rising in popularity quickly, microgreens are still somewhat of a novelty for most of us, so you may not be familiar with how to use them in your cooking. This, combined with the fact that they grow relatively quickly (typical harvest times are 5-10...

How To Set Up A Simple DIY Grow Light For Less Than $40

How To Set Up A Simple DIY Grow Light For Less Than $40

Getting through winter can be tough; it's dark when you get to work, dark when you leave, and depending on where you live - there can definitely be a limit to the novelty value of all that snow. The good news is that you don't have to wait until Spring to get started...

Growing Lettuce & Leafy Salad Greens Indoors

Growing Lettuce & Leafy Salad Greens Indoors

If there's any plant that will convince you that there’s no substitute for fresh-picked, it's this. Even farmers market’s greens start to wilt and lose their crisp, sweet freshness in hours.  From a gardening standpoint, leafy greens are the most rewarding plants to...

How to Grow Thyme Indoors

How to Grow Thyme Indoors

Thyme's name was derived from the Greek word thumus, or courage. In Medieval times, knights wore sprigs of thyme on their armor as a sign of courage.Timing Sprouts in 2-3 weeks. Harvest from Month 3+ on.Part sun Equivalent of 5+ hours of direct sun [DLI of 15+...

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