What plants for indoor gardening are most abundant?
Which plants do best for indoors? My guess is tomatoes, onions/garlic and basil. But I would like to try more this year, it seems like peppers are a waste of space for indoor. Any suggestions?
Did you mean indoor plants or indoor crops?
For indoor plants let me suggest these five:
Angel Ivy Ring Topiary
Braided Ficus Tree
Cactus Combo Bonsai
You can get more from this site.
And for in door crops I suggests these:
http://www.livestrong.com/article/12669 … ants-grow/
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