INDOOR HERB GARDENING - COMPLETE GUIDESA list of step-by-step guides loaded with helpful articles and posts to help you be a successful Inside Herb Gardener.
The Indoor Herb Gardening how to guides section is loaded with helpful articles and posts that can help get you started or expand your knowledge. There is something here for everyone, no matter what stage of experience you are at in growing.
It is my goal here at Inside Herb Gardens to provide you with a wealth of information that can help you be a successful indoor gardener. This can include herbs, as that is the site focus, but it can also be applied to growing other indoor plants and vegetables as well.
Herbs and Spices at the store can be so expensive! Poor quality of pre-packaged dried products cannot even match the taste of fresh and the produce fresh packs are price inflated. It can be frustrating trying to get the benefits of those herbs for your family and in your food.
Growing your own could give you over 80 to 90% cost savings! It makes sense and cents. Plus it is easy. I know you can do it too. Starting your own inside garden of herbs will allow you to have the freshness and quality your craving and a price you can afford. Plus it is a very rewarding hobby. They look beautiful, herbs offer alternative medicinal benefits, and you can expand your cookbook.
Ready for more focused specific topics related to unique types of herbs or methods? They are here too with different planting methods available including hydroponic and aquaponic cultivations, traditional soil planting methods, detailed DIY’s for creative inspiration and much more!
So, whether you are just starting your very first inside garden or looking to get into trying hydroponically grown herbs you came to the right place. I am always here to help if you can not find what you are looking for so please do not hesitate to reach out to me.
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Let’s make it simple. Yes, we are talking about “worm poo”. Don’t let that turn you away, as gardeners we have been using far more disgusting poop in our gardens. This Poo is gold in comparison. Worm castings for fertilizer will explode your plant growth in ways you have never seen.
Although watering seems simple enough there is more to it than dumping a glass of water in a pot. It is Vital to learn how to water herbs and plants correctly. As containerized plantings, they take extra care and practice to get it right. Improper watering is...
You can easily learn how to sterilize soil for planting in a few steps with items you likely already have at home. Sterilization does not need to be intimidating or costly. You can spend a lot of money buying new sterile potting mixes every time you go to plant something new. However, that can add up and become quite expensive!
Ginger is a herb that by look alone intimidates some and makes them believe it is complicated to grow. It is not at all. You can grow ginger root indoors and enjoy an endless supply of this super spice with ease. This herb garden addition is low in demands and high in...
You can get started with hydroponics without complication and hefty investments. Many systems available today offer a great introduction without high costs. A hydroponic indoor grow box is the boost you need to get growing in this water...
Can hibiscus grow indoors of any variety in your home? I say a resounding yes. With the right environment provided, you can grow hibiscus in your home. Some varieties will be easier than others but with proper care and consideration, you can have a beautiful hibiscus in your indoor garden space to enjoy.
The perfect herb for beginners or anyone who just loves mint! Mint also referred to as Mentha, is a vigorous perennial herb that loves to spread its roots and can be an incredibly invasive herb. Growing mint in containers is the best method I have found for containing...
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