What are some good plants for an indoor vegetable garden and what care do they need?
Hmmm... Indoor vegetables? Trouble with fruit & vegetables is the need for pollen. It is not common to find the proper insects indoors to acheive this. I would reccomend a herb garden over vegetables. Basil, Rosemary, parsley, and cilantro are some good choices.
Thank you, thoughthole. Growing the herbs that you mention would be fun and would provide nutritious greens to eat. I’ve heard that some other greens, some root vegetables and some plants with self-pollinating flowers, such as certain types of tomatoes, can also grow well indoors, and was wondering if anyone had experience with these when they are planted inside a home.
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