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Gardening - Indoor Plants That Love Low Light Conditions

Gardening – Indoor Plants That Love Low Light Conditions

Here are some indoor plants that thrive in low light conditions. Ponytail palms, Victorian parlor palms, and dragon trees are just a few of the many options. Find out more about each plant type and how they can grow in your home. Also, read on for tips on choosing the right plant. You’ll soon be on your way to a beautiful indoor garden. And don’t forget to give them plenty of water! Ponytail palms The name ponytail palm is a nod to the long leaves that grow from its trunk. This low light-loving indoor plant is a member of the

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Gardening – Ways To Grow Fresh Food Indoors

There are many ways to grow fresh foods indoors. You can grow sprouts and microgreens. You can also grow plants in containers and pots. The key is to choose a climate that is conducive to plant growth. In this article, we will discuss the reasons for indoor food growing, including growing lettuce, microgreens, and sprouts. And we will discuss some methods for growing indoor food, like growing plants in containers. Why grow food indoors Growing your own produce indoors offers several advantages. Indoor gardens can be nutrient-rich, and you can control everything from fertilization schedules to pesticides. Store-bought food does

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Gardening – How to Grow and Use Marigold Microgreens

How to grow and use edible marigold microgreens is not difficult if you have a little knowledge about growing and using herbs. The most important factor is to be quick when handling them. Don’t crush the stems, which can affect their flavor and longevity. When cutting marigold microgreens, make sure to cut them just an eighth of an inch from the soil’s surface and place them on paper towels to dry. Before you plant edible marigold microgreens, you’ll need three trays, one for each row. Two of these trays will be placed on the bottom, while one will be placed

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Gardening – Growing mung bean sprouts at home

Mung beans are used to prepare several dishes, including soups, dessert-like pastes, and jellies. Mung beans are also eaten raw in the form of sprouts. These sprout mung beans have relatively low calories and are packed with lots of nutrients. These nutrients include potassium, phosphorous, and protein. Mung beans almost taste like lentils and are very easy to grow at home using locally available items like jars and tulle netting. Mung beans generally produce sprouts that have a very high nutritional value. These sprouts grow within three to five days. Same as growing of any other sprouts, cleanliness is essential.

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How Many Seeds To Use For Sprouting By container Size?

One of the key points to know is how many seeds to use, by sprouting container size. Here are a few starting guidelines which can be adjusted according to your experience. I have found that these measurements generally work, but keep in mind that I use my spouts after they have had a couple of days to mature and fill the container. If you use your sprouts as soon as they emerge, you may want to up the quantity a little bit. 1 teaspoon (tsp) of dry seeds for a pint (16 oz) container 2 tsp of seeds for a

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