Day one of my urban gardening project-
Seeds have been planted and set onto the sunniest window ledge available (which isn’t actually the one photographed.) This particular window faces South and receives a good 9 hours of direct sunlight a day. Assuming it stays a decent temperature the sun should be enough. If not, heating lamps or blankets(?) may have to be brought in as back up. I used an old soymilk carton as my planter box so I’m eager to see if that has any effect on the seedlings.First Crop:Tomatoes JalapenosLettuceBasilCilantroAnybody else have any experience with indoor gardening?

Day one of my urban gardening project-


Seeds have been planted and set onto the sunniest window ledge available (which isn’t actually the one photographed.) This particular window faces South and receives a good 9 hours of direct sunlight a day. Assuming it stays a decent temperature the sun should be enough. If not, heating lamps or blankets(?) may have to be brought in as back up. I used an old soymilk carton as my planter box so I’m eager to see if that has any effect on the seedlings.

First Crop:
Tomatoes 
Jalapenos
Lettuce
Basil
Cilantro

Anybody else have any experience with indoor gardening?

  1. ladymazelin answered: I tried to do a chia herb garden unfortunately my cat got to it. -___-;;
  2. conditionofthesoul answered: next time you do seedlings use egg shells! they’re full of nutrients and you just crack the bottom open and plant them when they’re ready!
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