I love a good indoor garden! After all the days are getting shorter, the nights are getting longer and a whole heck of a lot colder! We are expecting our first snowfall in the Utah mountains later on this week, and I’ve got to start protecting my late harvest from the cold! After I reap in the fruits of my late fall labor, I plan on moving the growth to my indoor garden! Believe it or not, you CAN grow all twelve of these plants indoors this winter! Keep reading for my winter gardening tips!
Grow Bush Beans indoors this winter for a maximum harvest! Bush Beans are my favorite to grow indoors because they don’t need a bean pole to support adequate growth. As with most of the veggies on this list, make sure they get plenty of light!
My kids hate tomatoes, but I can’t get enough of them! They will need a TON of sun, and it’s best to start the seeds first, before transplanting them to a large growing pot. Transplant the seedling when they each have five true leaves!