Cold temperatures always seem to sneak up on me. It’s perhaps not until the first snowfall; I believe the growing season over. Up to then, I am cutting on hearty herbs and fall greens. Once the snow falls, I have reminded the garden covered with a heavy winter blanket, and that the bottom will suspend.
I’m the type of person who seems at a garden and sees lawn beds in place of turf. That makes winter a little harder for me, that is why I select to do indoor gardening. Don’t allow cold weather conditions or restricted space to suppress your green thumb.
I start to miss freshly harvested greens immediately. I have a good source of collapse greens such as kale, spinach, chard, lettuce, pak choi, as well as other greens to fulfill the icebox. As they prepare for winter some years, I lose to the hungry deer.
I began experimenting with increasing meals indoors since I can’t ship outside through the winter. I then progressed to salad greens and much more and started using herbs.
What Can You Produce in an Indoor Garden?
Through time, I have tried growing edibles inside in the winter, working with DIY grow-light