No Grid Survival Projects
otdnpesSro1u c4t32br96:rF35M 20Ah859tt3403ai1173a1u 6c6 a7ey ·
Tomatoes grow surprisingly well indoors. Since most tomato plants must be sprouted inside, keeping them indoors is convenient. Tomatoes can be planted inside at any time of year. To extend the growing season of indoor tomatoes, plant them in September.
Kale thrives in cooler weather, making it the perfect option for container gardening. This plant does well outdoors when planted in spring and fall and is best planted indoors at the beginning of summer.
Peppers: When placed indoors, peppers can be grown year-round. Planting peppers in a portable bucket allows you to move them around to aid with lower sunlight during winter months.
Arugula: You can grow arugula indoors and enjoy salad greens all year long. This plant needs 10-12 hours of sunlight, should be placed at a south-facing window if possible, and should be planted 3 inches apart.
Eggplants are also a plant that continually reproduces, so you get a lot of vegetables in a little space. Since eggplants are tropical plants, you may require a heat lamp or grow light for maintenance.
Growing herbs is easy and can save you a lot of money. Most herbs can be grown in containers in your home, but basil, chives, mint, oregano, parsley, rosemary, and thyme tend to be the easiest to maintain and fair the best when planted inside.
Onions are another plant that is relatively easy to grow indoors. Ensuring they have enough space is the most crucial aspect of maintaining this plant. Six inches of depth and three inches between each plant is best.
Cucumbers: they do well indoors in a deep, hanging basket or large container. Provide the plant with at least 8 hours of sun each day and harvest when the plant reaches 10 inches in height.
Carrots: To keep carrots growing year-round, plant them indoors when winter begins and spring is coming to an end. If you plant the carrot seeds bi-weekly, they will sprout all year
Lettuce: You can easily grow lettuce at home and access healthy greens anytime. Lettuce can be grown in almost any container as long as there is sufficient drainage.
Beans make a great container plant. They take up little space and grow well in most areas. When growing beans indoors, it is essential to ensure they get a good amount of sun.
Green Onions: One of the easiest ways to grow green onions is with a leftover onion. To do this, submerge the roots in a container of water, changing the water weekly. Once the roots reach five inches, you can move the plant to a pot of soil.
Mint needs to receive 4-6 hours of sun per day and has to be shielded from the hot afternoon sunlight.
Mushrooms are pretty easy to grow. However, they must be placed in a cool, dark, damp space to thrive. Typically a basement, unused cabinet, or closet will work well.
To grow potatoes inside, cut a sprouted potato into two-inch pieces, and plant it in a container of soil that has a 2.5-gallon capacity.
Spinach is super healthy and easy enough to grow indoors. Plant soaked and softened seeds in a container that receives ample sunlight and keep the soil moist to benefit from this powerful vegetable all year round
Peas: Wide varieties of peas grow well indoors, with snap peas and snow peas being the easiest to grow inside. Peas need sunlight, so they should be placed in the sunniest location of the home.
Garlic: A life without garlic is no life at all. Thankfully garlic is easy to grow, and you can do it indoors anytime. To grow garlic, place 3-4 cloves in a pot of soil and sit it on a sunny window ledge. Water the plant lightly when dry and allow it to flourish.
Cabbage typically grows in the fall and spring. Due to its extended growing time, cabbage does well in various temperatures. When growing cabbage indoors, it is best to start the seeds toward the end of spring, but you can space out planting to extend the harvest.
Artichoke require more attention than other plants but can thrive in containers with adequate care. The main thing to remember is that proper draining is essential, and the container must be big enough to support its extensive root system. A 5-gallon bucket will work fine for this purpose.
Squash: plant that is generally straightforward is squash. When planted in a large container with plenty of sunlight, squash can thrive indoors. It is best to choose a smaller, bush-type squash to save space, but squash plants of any type will yield a substantial harvest within about 60 days of planting.
Radishes have a shallow root system, making them perfect for indoor gardens. This plant also prefers when it is cool, so spring and early fall are the best times to plant. Alternatively, place the container in an area that suits the optimal conditions, and you can have radishes all year long.
Celery: You can regrow celery using the base of a used stalk by placing it in a shallow container with water. It takes about a week to see progress, and then you can move the celery to a container filled with soil.
Red Beets do well in containers but require 6-8 hours of sunlight. Place the container in front of a large, sunny window or purchase a grow light if you live in a dark, northern area.
Growing microgreens is increasingly popular, and many systems on the market make the process simple. The main issue with microgreens is that they often do not regrow. Due to the micro size, all the energy they hold is used in production, and once trimmed, they must be replanted. Still, they are an excellent food source that can be grown year-round.