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Indoor Vegetable Gardening

The best part about indoor vegetable gardening is that you can get started with almost any space. What I recommend is to first think of what you want to grow in your indoor garden. Then you need to figure out what type of space requirements your plants will need as well as the typical water, soil (or non-soil for hydroponics), and light requirements that are needed for these plants. Also to note, indoor vegetable gardening will give you the option of growing out of season veggies, especially if you are in a climate where the weather gets cold during parts of the year.

Regarding eating healthy, most nutritionists will tell you that it is best to eat a wide variety of foods to ensure proper nutrient balance in the body. With indoor vegetable gardening, you have the capability of changing your crops and supplementing the produce you can purchase at the market. Plus, you can end up saving a lot of money once you get all of the indoor vegetable gardening supplies.

Prior to beginning, you will need to obtain some basic equipment and figure out your space limitations in your growing area. Many people use spare bedrooms, basements, or even closets. If you are thinking of indoor vegetable gardening, others even utilize the space in the kitchen to keep a close eye on their veggies, especially because that is where the meal preparations take place! You can get many different tools, devices, pots, space savers, measurement and pH meters to help you on your journey to ensure proper nutrient and growing levels.