Category: Indoor Gardening, Houseplants, Sprouts, Microgreens, And Pots

Gardening - Beauty From Flowering Bulbs Indoors

Beauty From Flowering Bulbs Indoors

If you’d like to enjoy the beauty of flowers without having to go outside, try planting flowering bulbs indoors. Here are a few ideas: Pineapple lilies, Paperwhite narcissus, and Amaryllis. After you’ve planted the bulbs, you’ll have a blooming flower arrangement for weeks. Amaryllis The beauty of flowering bulbs can be enjoyed throughout the year, even if you aren’t in the mood to spend time outdoors. Flowering bulbs can be forced to bloom indoors, or you can grow them in a container. The only caveat is that you need to give them water every couple of days. The water should

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How to Grow Microgreens on Paper Towels

If you want to grow microgreens, you must know that paper towels can be used as a growing medium. Microgreens are grown in containers that contain a medium, such as water, and are a great way to save space. However, a few precautions must be taken in order to prevent uneven growth. Here are some of the most important tips: Water quality affects growth of microgreens The growth of microgreens on paper towels differs from that of soil-grown ones. In both cases, the seeds are soaked in water before being placed on paper towels. After soaking the towel, seedlings should

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The Basic Rules of Sprouting

Before you begin sprouting, you should read the following basic rules: Wash your hands, keep seeds moist, but not wet. Keep your sprouts warm, 65 to 70 degrees Fahrenheit. Rinse them at least two or three times per day. Do not handle the seeds, or their containers, while they are still moist. Do not disturb the sprouts while they are growing. Rinse them when they are small, but do not under-soak them. Use seeds varieties intended for Sprouting There are two types of seeds: Hulled and Hulless. Hulled seeds are seeds that have been mechanically stripped of their Hull. Oats,

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How To Grow Basil Microgreens

If you are a gardener, you will be pleased to know that growing basil microgreens is easy. Here are a few simple steps to get you started: Materials needed, Soaking Basil Microgreens, and Planting. After you’ve followed these steps, you will be able to grow basil in a matter of weeks. Regardless of what type of basil you grow, you are sure to enjoy the benefits. Materials To Grow Basil Microgreens There are several materials you’ll need to start growing basil microgreens. One of these is a growing tray. A top tray with drainage holes is necessary, but a bottom

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How to Grow Mung Bean Microgreens

This easy-to-grow vegetable is a versatile addition to stir-fries. The tender, pea-like shoots are delicious, but you might have to sow more seeds to get a thicker harvest. Mung beans take up a lot of space, so you may need to plant more seeds than you think. They draw up a lot of water, so you may need to mist seedlings regularly to keep the soil moist. Materials To Grow Mung Bean Microgreens The first step in growing mung bean microgreens is choosing the correct soil. Choose an organic mix that includes compost, coconut coir, peat moss, perlite, and vermiculite.

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How To Grow Sunflower Microgreens

This article will explain How To Grow Sunflower Microgreens. This article will also teach you how to soak and plant the sunflower seeds. After you soak them, the next step is to water them. You may want to use an organic water solution instead of a commercial one. Then, place the seeds into the pot and water them every few days. Then, watch them grow! You will be amazed at how fast they grow! Materials To Grow Sunflower Microgreens The first step in growing sunflower microgreens is germination. The seeds need to be soaked in tepid water for twelve to

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