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It’s Time To Start Your Seedlings For Outdoor Planing

March 23, 2011 by  
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March is the month when I like to start my seeds for outdoor planting, indoors under my LED grow lights.  I grow my seedlings about 12 inches tall under the LED’s before placing the plants outdoors.  You could also use Fluorescent lights for this early stage as well.  Please feel free to review the best […]

Read This Guide if You’re Interested in Indoor Herb Gardening

December 7, 2010 by  
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Indoor herb gardening is a hobby that more and more people are taking an interest in. It’s so simple that many are growing herbs plants on their windowsills! Of course, the right lighting, moisture, and temperature is needed in order for them to grow, so it’s essential that you have the right knowledge before you […]

Indoor Plant Care Tips to Help Your Plants Grow

December 3, 2010 by  
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House plants brighten up your apartment, home, or office. It’s important that you care for them throughout the year. Indoor plant care is especially important during winter months when a minimal amount (if any) of sunlight comes through the window. Some outdoor gardeners choose to bring their plants indoors during winter months since they know […]

Indoor Grow Lighting — What Type do You Need for Your Plants?

November 29, 2010 by  
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One of the most important things you need to consider if you have plants in your home is lighting. The right type of indoor grow lighting is needed in order for your plants to grow properly.  If the settings aren’t just right, the plants won’t grow as they should.

Top 7 Most Important Indoor Gardening Tips

November 24, 2010 by  
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If you enjoy gardening and would like to be growing all year round, but your climate doesn’t permit you to grow outdoors in the winter months, you can always create an indoor garden. Whether you want to grow herbs, vegetables, fruits, or all of the above, you will find these indoor garden tips to be […]

Growing Plants Indoors – A Beginner’s Guide

November 19, 2010 by  
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The first thing you need to consider when growing plants indoors is selecting the right type of light.  The variety of plants that you decide to grow will dictate the type and strength of light that will be needed for optimal growth and big buds.  It is wise to choose plants that matches the care […]

All You Need to Know About Indoor Vegetable Gardening — How to Get Started

November 16, 2010 by  
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Indoor vegetable gardening is a very fun, easy hobby. Just as long as you have the right supplies and equipment, you can grow plants inside your home without any problems. You will need products for maintaining the potting soil, humus levels, levels of light, and so forth. You can save a lot of money in […]

Indoor Winter Herb Gardening – How To Grow Herbs Indoors

November 13, 2010 by  
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Even in the cold months of winter, there are many types of herbs that you can grow right in your home.  Indoor herb gardening requires a little bit of work, but it’s nothing you can’t handle.   Even with very little experience with plants and gardening, you will be able to grow herbs in your […]

Getting Started With Small Indoor Gardens And Grow Rooms

November 10, 2010 by  
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You can keep some plants in your basement with the proper light. There are some really nice small grow rooms that can be purchased online and set up indoors to create the atmosphere of your choosing for your plants. It might be a bit confusing at first, especially when dealing with hydroponics. The good news […]

Everything You Need to Know About Growing Basil Indoors

November 7, 2010 by  
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Growing basil indoors is pretty easy, as it is a plant that doesn’t generally require a lot of care. However, you still need to keep an eye it, especially when it’s young, because replanting can be difficult. It’s a plant that doesn’t require a whole lot, but what it does require can sometimes turn into […]

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