Indoor Gardening, Part III
Guest writers, Nadamayi and Phil
A great many vegetables can be grown indoors in small containers. Some are more difficult to grow, but choosing a variety that is better suited to a container optimizes the chances of a successful harvest. For example, if you want to grow tomatoes, you should choose a "determinant" variety.
The pictures below are some of the plants that we grew last winter.
Growing Lettuce (and other greens)
in Yoghurt Containers
Simple indoor shelving
Container gardening, some made from empty yoghurt containers
Lots of light
Lettuce can be grown successfully with less than two hours a day of full sunlight, in many types of containers. Do not be put off that you do not have large, south-facing windows. Read on.