A Short Guide to Indoor Gardening

Though indoor gardens can be trickier and more difficult to take care of than outdoor gardens, there’s still a possibility for anyone intent on having their own little green space regardless of access to the outside.

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Are All Home Gardens Sustainable?

In the past, it was a fringe movement only some people care about, but today, the demand for a more sustainable living has crossed over into the mainstream world and everyday life, and yes, that includes your garden.

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The Trick to Growing your Own Food

Whether is because a sudden awareness of the cost to the environment, or, more likely, an attempt to reduce household costs, a lot of urbanites are trying to grow at least some of their own food.

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Common Mistakes When Dealing with Pests

Gardening can be really relaxing and satisfactory. Planning, working the soil, planting, and taking care of many different plants is often a very rewarding experience.

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Easiest Vegetables to Grow

Even though gardening is one of the most relaxing hobbies out there, newbies can easily become discouraged if they bite more than they can chew. Sure, no vegetable will spontaneously grow if there’s no one there to take care of it, but there are some pretty resilient vegetables out there that can sprout with minimal care and the skills of a beginner.

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The easiest way to have a beautiful indoor garden is by getting to know your plants. Live with them, observe them, and really get to know what’s good for them and what bothers them.


The greatest thing about carrots is that they can be grown on a deep pot, so you can grow them even if you don’t have a large plot.


Few things are more rewarding than being able to make a fresh salad out of leaves you grew yourself. And like carrots, lettuces can be easily grown in small spaces.


Though they can grow in most gardens regardless of size and survive forgetful gardeners (they don’t need a lot of water), they do need a lot of sun so keep that in mind before planting.


You’d already have a pretty solid salad with the garden grown tomatoes and lettuce, but if you want to feel more advanced, try your luck with radishes.


The end of summer is the perfect time to plant potatoes. They are so easy to grow; some schools even assign them as school projects.


While you wait to harvest your potatoes in September, take advantage of the summer by planting some zucchini.

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