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Beginning vegetable gardeners don’t need to spend tons of time, money and effort to get started. The video shows how to install a garden directly into your lawn and get results. Video Rating: / 5 Here’s what happened the first 11 days in this indoor garden update. The little seeds have sprouted and are beginning to develop very happy roots. Take a peak at how things are progressing, Related PostsEasy Vertical Hydroponics Tower Garden – Even Beginners Can Grow FoodBeginners Vegetable Gardening : How Do I Harvest Seeds From a Vegetable Garden?Beginners Vegetable Gardening : Garden Seed Planting GuidePlanting a Vegetable Garden For BeginnersIndoor Vegetable Gardening For BeginnersBeginners Vegetable Gardening : Small Garden Irrigation Ideas




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  • WisconsinGarden 1 year ago

    It really makes a difference. I think you will be glad you did. Let us know how your little ones do; always like to hear about plants growing especially in the winter. :)) Lynn

  • apirlrain 1 year ago

    ok you convinced me to get a light…my seedling are at south facing window

  • WisconsinGarden 1 year ago

    I’m so pleased with Dave. His namesake came to visit and was quite impressed. I’m afraid those Coleus are going to take over. They sure are pretty tho. Keep an eye out for new growth at the joints. Yes, they do drop their leaves .Look forward to the pic. Lynn

  • snookie65 1 year ago

    Dave is HUGE! Your Coleus cuttings look much better than mine, I'm sure the greenhouse helps, which I love. I did cut mine – 2 are doing great but the 3rd didn't make it. The big leaves dropped when I cut it, is that normal? I'll take a pic & post it on FB.