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How to Grow Fruit Indoors

How to Grow Fruit Indoors

How to Grow Fruit Indoors Growing a fruit tree has some nice perks over traditional house plants - their flowers have a delightful aroma and the fruits add a splash of color. They need lots of sun and space, and the total amount of fruit you get is pretty modest, so...

Taking Care of Indoor Vegetable Plants

Taking Care of Indoor Vegetable Plants

You tend a vegetable plant through its entire lifecycle; starting by seed, you’ll sprout, prune a tidy plant, pollinate flowers, feel for perfect ripeness - and maybe even collect some seeds for the next time. This blog gives you a complete guide to all of the...

Growing Vegetables in Containers

Growing Vegetables in Containers

In addition to light and care, vegetables need plenty of space, nutrients, and water. In order to give the plant the right supply of these things, using a well designed planter makes all the difference. In this blog we’ll review the different vegetables needs,...

Indoor Light for Vegetables

Indoor Light for Vegetables

Vegetables have very high light needs - it's likely that you’ll benefit from a grow light even if it’s just to supplement your sunshine. Fortunately, (unlike herbs and lettuce that we keep in a “perpetual spring”) veggies can have lights on for up to 16 hours a day,...

How to Grow Vegetables Indoors

How to Grow Vegetables Indoors

It may come as a surprise, but many vegetables can grow well indoors. They need a bit more light and space than herbs or lettuce, but there’s productive and beautiful options that are well worth it. Fast growers, like cucumbers, can be first picked in just 2 months...

5 Tips for Indoor Gardening in Small Spaces

5 Tips for Indoor Gardening in Small Spaces

The biggest thing we hear regarding the woes of starting a garden is “but I have absolutely no space!” We hear your cry of claustrophobia, we do. And we raise you a recycled bottle, a vertical garden, and some simple creativity. All we’re saying is, you probably have...

All About Allotments: Take Part in a Community Garden

All About Allotments: Take Part in a Community Garden

An allotment (British term), or in North America, a community garden, is a plot of land made available for individual, non-commercial gardening or growing edible plants. Community gardens became popular in the United States during World War I and II, and were then...

Benefits of Growing Your Own Food

Benefits of Growing Your Own Food

Besides making you feel great and being a great quarantine hobby (especially as we’re all forced back inside during the winter months), growing your own food in or outdoors has tons of nutritional and environmental benefits. Don’t feel like you have to go full-on...

Hydroponics for Beginners

Hydroponics for Beginners

The world of hydroponics is fascinating and overwhelming at the same time. It traces from the ancient Aztec’s raft gardens to NASA’s life-supporting systems. It can cost $20 (like our bottle garden) or $2000… So what does it mean for your indoor garden? In this blog,...

Indoor Planters for Lettuce & Leafy Greens

Indoor Planters for Lettuce & Leafy Greens

Lettuce is best when harvested minutes before eating.  It’s crisper, more flavorful, and is more nutritious than lettuce you buy, which is normally a week + old. These will also be the fastest-growing plants in your indoor edible garden - as long as you give them...

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