Indoor gardening has been acknowledged as one of the more productive hobbies that one can indulge in. It is also proven to be an efficient relaxation therapy. The most important benefit with indoor gardening is the organic produced vegetables and herbs that can be brought right to the table! The fresh produce of a vegetable garden is healthier than the market bought produce, not to mention the cost saved in purchase. There are many types of indoor gardening but for the uninitiated, the traditional ‘garden pot’ method is recommended. It is relatively easier to maintain a plant pot when compared to hydroponic or aeroponic gardening.
To begin with indoor gardening in the traditional way, adequately sized pot must be bought. Two or three pots are enough to start with. The next step is to select the type of plant. Not all vegetable plants can grow well in an indoor environment. Expert advice must be taken before finalizing the plants of the vegetable garden. After this selection is done, soil must be obtained. The soil type must suit the plants that are selected. Soil enriched with organic compost is most suited for potted plants and is readily available in the market. Soil quality and constant replenishment of nutrients is the most important step towards success in indoor gardening.
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This animated video is part of the “Eat the View” campaign to plant high-impact gardens in high-profile places. What better place to start than at the White House?
The video tells the story of the “America’s Garden” from 1800 when President John Adams planted the first “first vegetables” to feed his own family to the present day.
It ends by peeking optimistically into the future when President Obama, seeing how our world is changing, announces plans to replant America’s garden, inspiring countless citizens to grow some of their own delicious, healthy, and environmentally responsible food.