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Indoor Gardening

Get your green thumb going all year long.

Indoor gardening lets you start new plants, grow greens in the dead of winter or create the perfect environment for specialty plants. Our expert guides will help you choose grow lights, hydroponic systems, seed starting systems, growing media and more. Come explore!

Indoor Winter Gardening Revolution

Indoor Gardening

More and more gardeners are growing inside their homes under lights.

Growing Herbs Indoors

Gardens

Growing fresh herbs through the winter under lights is easy. Here's how.

Indoor Gardening 101

Garden Design

When the winter blahs set in and your dreaming of fresh greens from your garden, consider growing indoors.

Legal Weed and Pesticides

Hydroponics

Cannabis samples from pot shops in states that have legalized weed reveal pesticide tainted products.

Supplies For Seed Starting Success

Garden Calendar

Now’s the time to gather up what you’ll need for growing vegetable and flower seeds indoors.

Bring the Kitchen Garden Indoors

Garden Calendar

Elizabeth Millard's new book teaches us how to grow herbs, greens and sprouts inside during winter months.

Indoor Seed Starting Tips

Garden Calendar

Moisture control, proper containers, and good potting mix are key to starting seeds.

Forcing Bulbs for Winter Color -- Indoors

Bulbs

Planning and proper planting can put beautiful blossoms in your home for the holidays.

Enjoy Fresh Herbs Year Round

Container Gardens

Growing basil and other herbs, in pots, inside, for kitchen use.

Plant Growth Regulators: Safe?

Compost & Soil

Flowering plants, like marigolds, have been treated with PGRs for years, resulting in small plants with many blossoms.

Starting Seeds Indoors

Garden Calendar

Starting plants from seed just might be the second most enjoyable act of procreation you’ll ever experience.

Grow Light Coverage

Indoor Gardening

Supplying adequate light coverage for strong, healthy growth is critical to the indoor gardener.

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