In this post featuring a video on how I grow a simple salad indoors. A list of basic supplies and seeds you will need are in this article.
How To Grow a Simple Salad Indoors Video
Over the winter I’ve been experimenting with different edibles you can grow indoors. In the video below I show just how easy it is to grow your own Simple Salad:
About the Simple Salad Seeds
For todays demo you will find the SimpleSalad Mix Wonder Wok Seeds. These are pretty cool because each pellet has 3 different seeds inside. Here are some really cool things you should know about these seeds:
What You Will Need To Grow Simple Salad Indoors
For this project I am using items I have on hand and I encourage you to do the same. Any clean container that is safe for edible plants will do. Try to use a container no bigger then 3″ round. Below you will find the list of what I use:
From This Project
I want to note that my Simple Salad is growing under LED grow lights. The lights are my favorite to turn on each day especially in the winter time. The glow of the lights and green being stimulated to grow is super encouraging and brightens my day. You can put the container in a well lite window facing south / east but I recommend the lights.
Another option is to sit the container next to your Aerogarden or any other Hydroponic set up you may have indoors. These seeds can be used in a hydroponic home garden set up as well. I hope to do a video showing how this is done soon so subscribe to my page for details.
More Edible Growing Ideas
In this post you will find a video featuring a creative planting including Mexican Sour Gherkins. These fun little healthy snacks are super easy to
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Happy Growing Edibles,