5 Tips for Cultivating an Indoor Vegetable Garden

Oct 4th

Indoor vegetable garden – First tips for cultivating an indoor vegetable garden is, obtain potato and herb potatoes. Buy a bag of potatoes, some herbs and possibly some potatoes. All of these can be purchased cheaply. If you want to go all the way with sustainability, herb pots and potatoes can also be recycled. Possibly from a friend’s garden, where you know that the soil. In the spirit of ecology is not contaminated with spray poisoning. Second, start cultivating in small. Do not try to grow everything at once. Then it will be too much work. For example, start cultivating seeds in a single potted plant. When the seeds germinate, you can go on cultivating something new.

Winter Indoor Vegetable Garden
Winter Indoor Vegetable Garden

Third, for indoor vegetable garden, find the plant varieties you like. Tomatoes can be so from seeds or from friends who have sown them from seeds. Or you can buy a tomato plant for about 20 kroner. Find a plant variety that you like. Plant the variety into a large jar of plain mold from a bag (it does not have to be sewn and primed). Water the plant regularly, but try your way forward. Some plants must have less water than others. Fourth, plant what you already have. Look into your kitchen cabinet. Do you have organic corn kernels for popcorn? Do you have dried chickpeas? Plant them by throwing them into the soil. Say hello to your neighbor – Does he have a living room you like? Ask if you have to get cuttings.

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When you cook and use for example onion, then save the small cut-off portion with roots and plant it, then restore your spring bulbs. Fifth, return your kitchen waste. Much kitchen waste can be recycled. For example, spider bowl or china cabbage. Simply put the little white stump from the cabbage head, you would otherwise throw it down into a pot of potatoes. And then the spit bowl grows again. The same trick you can do with the pussy. The small ends with roots from the leeks you usually throw out can easily be replanted in an herb pot. The stump will usually grow a bit, but then look as if it just fades and goes. But it does not. The end. So, cultivating an indoor vegetable garden is very easy and nice jobs.