How to indoor garden
Indoor Gardening for beginners
How to grow vegetables indoors
I’ve been sprouting greens for the last 10 years, but after talking with Peter, I’m inspired to take it to the next level. I can dirty my hands for a minute or two a day. Check out Peter’s simple method:
Indoor Garden Supplies
Peter uses aluminum foil bread pans. The one pound, half-loaf size and the two pound, whole-loaf pans are inexpensive, durable, and he reuses them for months before recycling them. The half-loaf pan measures 3” x 6” and it’s about 2” deep – he refers to this as the small tray. The large tray is a whole-loaf pan that measure 4” x 8” and 2” deep.
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Indoor Garden Soil
For soil Peter uses soil mix from your local nursery. The soil mix should contain peat moss, vermiculite and perlite. Then you’re going to add 2 things: Kelp and Compost. Here is how much:
I ask Peter in the interview to tell me how to contain the mess. Gardening outside is one thing. Inside… sounds dirt-y even for me. He
has a system in some drawers. I immediately thought of place in my kitchen I could excavate. When I get back from Mexico I’ll put some less popular appliances in the garage and create space the pantry. I’d rather have fresh greens that whatever else is still lurking in there. I know you don’t have enough room – but it’s a question of reorganizing your priorities. Whenever you reorganize your priorities you are reorganize your space.
Check out the sampler chapters from Peter’s book. You have enough info to get started. If you liked this …. like in on Facebook. Peter will very appreciative.
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