8 Easy Indoor Vegetable Gardens
Put your green thumb to the test by skipping the market and growing your very own fresh vegetables at home.
It’s easier than you think and we’ve put together 8 Easy Indoor Vegetable Gardens so that you can grow your own fresh veggies all year round.
With a push towards sustainable food options, there’s no better way to have control over your food than by growing your own.
We love Indoor Vegetable Gardens because they’re the perfect option for anyone who lives in an apartment, condo, or other housing that lacks space for an outdoor garden.
Plus, there are so many amazing veggies that can flourish and grow inside.
Whether you live in the city or just in an area with an unsuitable climate, 8 Easy Indoor Vegetable Gardens provide simple ideas for taking your gardening into your own hands.
The only question left is which veggies you’ll start with first!
Sprouts In A Jar
When you consider the additional fact that sprouts are the single most simple crop to grow, and that anyone can grow them in approximately four inches of countertop space, we can’t imagine why there isn’t a sprout jar in every kitchen.
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Windowsill Herb Garden
You don’t need a big yard for this, just a windowsill that receives a few hours of sunlight.
Tomato Indoor Vegetable Garden
We grow tomatoes indoors year round at big south facing windows. We often call our window room a greenhouse, but technically it is not. Those are just windows we grow plants at. A sun room or a bay window would also work very well.
Vertical Vegetable Garden
If you don’t have a lot of space for a vegetable garden, vertical gardening may be the perfect solution for you.
Bottle Herb Garden
Transplant your herbs (or add dirt and plant seeds) to the bottle top. Make sure your length of string reaches the bottom of the glass below, and your garden is good to go.
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Window farms can help you to have healthy food choices in the urban area in any home facing the issue of lack of space for planting.
Indoor Herb Garden IKEA Hack
Basically, my dog can jump really high and will eat anything, so I needed to make a wall-mounted planter that I could place out of his reach. So the Vurm herb planter was born.
Indoor Herb Planter
You can either lean your herb planter against the wall on your countertops or hang on the wall. I chose to hang it buy pre-drilling a small hole at the top centre and hammering into the wall with a heavy duty nail!
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From simple planters to large vertical gardens, there are plenty of options that can turn your indoor space into a living, breathing sanctuary.
Just because you don’t have a yard doesn’t mean you can’t have your very own garden.
With the right set-up, you’ll be well on your way to growing your own crisp veggies for simple, garden-fresh meals.