Vegetables to grow indoors

When we think of growing plants for human consumption, the first thing that comes to mind is the belief that you have to have, yes or yes, a garden or at least a space outside the house so that they can be well. But the truth is that there are some that may be inside.

All you need is a room with plenty of natural light, and know what are those vegetables to grow indoors that will cheer up your stomach.

Table of Contents

  • 1 Lettuce
  • 2 Peppers
  • 3 Tomatoes
  • 4 Radishes

Lettuce

Lettuce

Would you like to prepare a delicious salad without having to go to the supermarket to buy the ingredients? So start growing lettuce. They are very adaptable! They can be in pots throughout their life without losing quality. You only have to plant them in large pots -at least 30cm- and water them frequently. So you can savor the authentic flavor of these plants.

Peppers

Peppers

Peppers are heliophilic (sun-loving) plants, but since they are rather compact in size and their roots don’t need much space, they can be grown in pots in places with a lot of -natural- light. Don’t forget to water them often in order that they have a good development and produce many fruits.

Tomatoes

View of the leaf, flower and fruit of a tomato plant

They are probably the most difficult horticultural plants to grow indoors, but the problem is solved quickly if you have a room in which they can give them about 5-6 hours of direct light. Also It is important that they are in pots of about 35cm in diameter, and that they receive water on a regular basis.

Radishes

Radishes

Radishes grow anywhere if they have sunlight and water, so go ahead and grow them indoors 🙂. Put them in a pot that is deeper than it is wide, which measures at least 35cm in diameter, and you can enjoy them to the fullest.

What did you think of this article? Do you know of other vegetables that can be grown indoors?

Vegetables to grow indoors

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