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Growing food indoors • Re: Indoor gardening

January 18, 2017 Gunns 0
jean11 wrote:
Angela, I think if it was my decision to make I wouldn’t do it. I don’t think the small amount of window area is going to give you much of a return in vegetables. If you cannot garden in the backyard, I’d try the front yard or side yard, although I don’t know your living situation, house or apartment, etc. Also you might look into a community garden in your area.

She could grow all the herbs and spices she ever needs in window gardens.

Statistics: Posted by Gunns — Wed Jan 18, 2017 11:31 am


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Growing food indoors • Re: Indoor gardening

January 18, 2017 jean11 0

Angela, I think if it was my decision to make I wouldn’t do it. I don’t think the small amount of window area is going to give you much of a return in vegetables. If you cannot garden in the backyard, I’d try the front yard or side yard, although I don’t know your living situation, house or apartment, etc. Also you might look into a community garden in your area.

Statistics: Posted by jean11 — Tue Jan 17, 2017 10:54 pm


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Growing food indoors • Indoor gardening

January 17, 2017 AngelaJoh 0

Hi guys,
I love gardening, but we don’t have enough space to do the gardening. So I decided to do indoor gardening and thought to get hydroponic structures for growing the vegetables. But now I had another option, we are in need to replace the old windows because it is really looking weird. We are planning to get vinyl windows. I have got some ideas of window gardening https://www.simonton.com/products/garden-windows/ and I wish to get similar designs for my house too. We are planning to get services from the Canglow windows and doors http://canglow.ca/windows/custom-vinyl-windows/ because they are providing custom services. But I don’t have any experience with indoor gardening, so I would like to get your advice on this.

Statistics: Posted by AngelaJoh — Tue Jan 17, 2017 7:20 am