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  • in reply to: Growing Vegetables Indoors #276973

    erinaiston
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    Here are nine vegetables and leafy greens you can grow indoors year-round.
    Lettuce greens. Lettuce is surprisingly easy to grow and does not take up much space, making it an excellent choice for a sunny window. …
    Carrots. …
    Arugula. …
    Kale. …
    Scallions. …
    Microgreens. …
    Tomatoes. …
    Ginger.

    in reply to: Growing Vegetables Indoors #273719

    erinaiston
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    Virtually any vegetable can be grown indoors given proper conditions including adequate light, water, and nutrients. What do you hope to grow? Plants like corn take up a lot of space in a pot and give limited return – 1–2 ears per plant – and then die, but an indeterminate tomato variety or any chili pepper could give you thousands of fruits over years as they are perennial in their native (warm) environments.

    in reply to: How to use grow bags? #269642

    erinaiston
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    1.Getting Your Grow Bag Ready
    2.Adding Plants
    3.Caring for the Plants