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Much like the garden outside growing indoors does not have to be complex nor expensive. In order to enjoy gardening inside you will need three things, Soil, Light and Seeds. What is the best potting mix What kind of light do you need to grow food indoors What kinds of plants can you grow during the winter Indoor Growing Playlist: Check us out on Facebook: Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsNew Grow Room (Indoor Gardening)Setting Up an Automatic Indoor Garden | Customizing a Click and Grow systemHydro Halo Halo’s – Grow Room Drip System Setup Best Easiest Drip Systems for Indoor GardensHOW TO BUILD A CLOSED SYSTEM GROW ROOM! – INDOOR GARDENINGVertical Grow System Big Buddha Box Indoor Grow RoomIndoor Grow Room 5 – Growing Ripe Tomatoes Indoors!




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  • Isabel G. 3 months ago

    Gardening in ALBERTA ?! I needed this channel

  • Barbarajean Watts 3 months ago

    hi I am a senior. I wish to grow fresh food in my apartment. I have a set up where I can grow things in a 5ft by 3ft area. I have grow lights and a large window across the front of my grow ares. It is the root area needed to grow these vegs that confuse me. what can I grow in containers that are only 4 inches deep and 6 inches deep 10 and 12 inches deep? I know I know I only need 1 kale plant but how deep does the soil need to be? Lettuce and baby greens need only a few inches but the plants like tiny tomatoes, cucumbers, and other things I might like to try. Right know I grow sprouts, microgreens and pea shoots, but I really want to try other mature plants . Can you help me? thank you for reading this. Barbarajean

  • angela lowe 3 months ago

    You look healthy and I love the gardening tips. Thank you Have a Great Day.

  • Canadaheather 3 months ago

    Question- I live in northern BC and during the winter- we don't get a lot of sunlight because it's always cloudy. I planted herbs (from seeds) on a grow mat and they have germinated and doing great. I'd like to put them in my south/west facing kitchen window but I'm concerned about the lack of sunshine. When the sun is out, it's the sunniest place in the house getting all afternoon-evening sun. Will cloudy sunshine be enough?

  • Matthew Niedbala 3 months ago

    Please do a video on how to lower soil PH naturally and free or the cheapest way to do it and how to do it safely. I'd appreciate this because I am thinking of using a urine-ash-bonemeal mix for a fert but I don't want to raise my clay soil's PH anymore. I have chickens and they poop a lot so maybe that will help :D.

  • Matthew Niedbala 3 months ago

    The bacteria from worm castings can infect a plant and produce chemicals that confuse noxious pests. This may let u use your own compost, but it's not a guarantee and really is only KNOWN to work for those pests that eat seed shoots.

  • Matthew Niedbala 3 months ago

    Ur face has become more defined. Your process of losing weight must be working. #NoHomo

  • Sheri Fischer 3 months ago

    Nicely done video on winter gardening inside the home. I started some lettuce greens too, as an insurance policy when my outdoor gardening slows down in January and February. Each year maybe there will be more of us.

  • giga nadibaidze 3 months ago

    i don t want to grow alot as it first time for me , so advise me how to grow indoor ? whitch lamp is it neeeeeeded! for it???? and give me the link for the seeds to order plzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz

  • Bonaventura 3 months ago

    Thank you for your video! It was quite informative. I am celebrating creating my first compost holder (borrowed the idea of using scrap fencing). Hope to fill it soon before the frost/cold gets worse.

  • PhYc_CrUsHeR 3 months ago

    Hi it's Zachary rykers friend

  • BobMels Gardens 3 months ago

    Great information Stephen. Have a great evening. Best wishes Bob.

  • Linda Penney 3 months ago

    Awesome idea i need to have a moveable indoor planter for a care home i help in any ideas please and thank you

  • Canadaheather 3 months ago

    I never thought about growing leafy greens indoors. Thanks for that suggestion.

  • Mark SM 3 months ago

    Excellent video Stephen. Have a great day.

  • Catalin Oancea 3 months ago

    Great video! Have nice weekend!

  • Brett Champagne 3 months ago

    Do you think everbearing strawberries would produce in a south facing window (with hand pollination)? In South Louisiana my Albion produce except for the coldest part of winter and hottest part of summer.

  • matanuska high 3 months ago

    next light brand LED veg8 are 190watts and blow t5 8 bulb fixures away in spectrum and power consumption..

  • matanuska high 3 months ago

    pot growers grow the best indoor vegetables

  • Patrick Meehan 3 months ago

    That was a great demonstration of Light application (time lapse) It was marvelous