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  • What vegetables should I grow indoors?

    Created by mary davis on

    I want to know what vegetables I can grow inside my apartment and how easy or hard it is to grow them. Also, what do I need for them to grow successfully??

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    E. Vinje
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    Hi Mary –

    When the winter blahs set in and you’re dreaming of fresh vegetables from your summer garden, consider growing them indoors. Almost anything can be grown indoors — as long as it eventually doesn’t get too big. However, do consider growing plants with similar light, humidity and watering needs together.

    Some of our favorite choices for an indoor vegetable garden include:

    1. Peppers
    2. Tomatoes (cherry varieties are best)
    3. Salad Greens (arugula, spinach, lettuce)
    4. Kale
    5. Chard
    6. Carrots
    7. Radishes
    8. Beans
    9. Peas
    10. Potatoes

    Please visit our indoor gardening guides for help selecting containers, growing media, indoor grow lights and more. Raising fresh veggies inside a small corner of your home can add year-round flavors, scents, even profits to your life.

    Hope it helps!

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