9 Lessons Learned from Gardening Indoors – S2E6
Spring has sprung! It is time to get growing plants for the 2017 Gardening Campaign! I have been successfully growing seedlings inside for the past few years, and there are a ton of Lessons Learned from my own successes and failures. In this podcast, I boil it down and focus on 9 Lessons Learned from Gardening Indoors.
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In this podcast, I discuss the following 9 Lessons Learned from Gardening Indoors:
- Start seedlings to meet your last frost date
- Label and mark containers
- Light is CRITICAL to growing plants, but you can grow plants with less expensive lights
- Automate lights in the growing area
- Use store bought potting mixes
- Be aware of the temperature in your gardening area
- Use a heating pad to start seedlings
- Check the soil once per day
- Water from the bottom up, not top down
I discussed the following links on this podcast:
- To find your last frost date, go to these links if you live in Canada or in the USA
- How to Garden Indoors
- 8 Steps to Starting Plants Indoors
- Winter Care of Indoor Succulents
- Modern Steader
- Bright Agrotech
- Nature’s Image Farm– CHECK IT OUT! Remember, any orders using the code “SSL” will receive a 10% OFF all nursery stock plus FREE shipping. It is time to plant, so why not order something from Nature’s Image Farm?
- Small Scale Gardening Facebook Group – Share your gardening stories, questions and ideas with over 200 fellow gardeners! Join today!
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