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The basis for this compost is simply to get some everyday materials — like everyday garden soil, lawn clippings, coffee grounds, seaweed, even egg shells — and add to it your own favorite, high-nitrogen material. From there, the amount you get depends on the nature of the material you add, and your level of experience in putting together your own compost.
Whether you have a garden or not, and whether or not you can afford to rent a plot of land with drainage and a lawn to play on, there are plenty of easy ways to grow a thriving, organic garden indoors. If you’ve never done any growing before, a good place to start would be to think about what kind of plants you would like to grow in your own home — perhaps some of your favorites from home before you moved away — and go from there.
Here are a few of our favorites:
A tough, perennial vegetable that grows best in cooler climates. “Lentilicious” is a classic, easy-to-grow variety of rhubarb, if you can get enough of it. To make Rhubarb, all you need is rhubarb and sugar. Fill a grower with a few stalks and add them to a jar, fill it up with hot tap water and sugar, and you’ll have rhubarb in just a few days. You can put up the rhubarb and store it in the refrigerator for a couple of weeks.
Potatoes are native to the Americas and, as they happen to be a native of the tropics, their environmental requirements are pretty simple. All you need is a warm climate, fertile soil and good moisture and you should have a lovely potato crop. What you don’t need is a lot of time to tend your crop, and they are amazingly easy to grow.
You can’t easily grow potatoes in a grower or grower’s greenhouse, but you can certainly grow them in pots. They will come out quickly and do well in pots.
Any of you gardeners reading this, you’ve probably heard of tomatoes. Tomatoes are not native to the tropics, but, since they are a true tropical plant, it’s almost as if they were!
The key to growing a lot of tomatoes is the temperature. The plants are native to the tropics, so you can only grow them from November to May. If you don’t live in a tropical climate, try your best to grow tomatoes in a greenhouse or the a greenhouse built for growing tomatoes (like a grower’s greenhouse). You can also grow them in a grower’s garden. You will, however, have to spend a little extra money to get the right grower to create the environment for the heat-loving plants.
Berries need cold, sunny days and they love the deep shade of a grower’s greenhouse. Plants native to the tropics prefer slightly cooler temperatures than those who are not native, so you will need to supplement your grower’s greenhouse with heaters and additional fans to keep the berries as hot as possible.
The temperature of the grower’s greenhouse is the most important factor for the success of your berries. They need a steady, steady temperature of 65 degrees, and in a grower’s greenhouse that might mean spending money on a couple of fans.
Another tropical plant, apples like the sun and are native to the tropics. You can grow them in pots in the grower’s greenhouse or, for a bit more money, you can buy a mini-greenhouse and keep them there. In pots, apples can do well in growers or potted trees.
6. Bell Peppers
Do you love bell peppers? They are native to the tropics, so you can keep them year-round, but keep in mind that, like most tropical plants, they need a little more heat than most houseplants, so you may need to supplement your grower’s greenhouse with additional heaters and fans. You will also need a fertile, dark, moist growing medium and regular feedings of nutrients.
Do not let your bell peppers grow so large that they touch one another, as they will block the sun from each other and their growth will be stunted.
These can be tricky to grow, but do try! They don’t like the heat, so make sure that you can give them a good, steady temperature.
8. Snow Peas
One of the easiest crops to grow are the snow peas. You will need to plant them directly in a fertile, fertile, moist growing medium and, for winter, the temperatures of your grower’s greenhouse or grower’s garden.
9. Cherry Tomatoes
Are you looking for some cherry tomatoes? Although, tomatoes can be grown any time of year, you will probably need a grower’s greenhouse or grower’s garden. They are also easy to grow.
If you don’t have any growing space at all, perhaps some of your friends do. You can grow lettuce in buckets or in grower’s garden beds.
11. Zucchini and Squash
Native to the tropics, these plants like warm temperatures and get along well in grower’s gardens and the grower’s greenhouse.
12. Fruit Trees
Any of you fruit lovers out there? Get some varieties of apples, pears and peaches and try them! Fruit trees are native to the tropics, so you will need to grow them in a grower’s greenhouse.
These can be a little tricky,