Bangalore - the IT hub of India has accepted the apartment culture that thrives on busy professionals running chock-a-block lives. Imagine an indoor garden that satisfies your veggie needs & saves you time? Home-grown Avocados, Carrots, Lemons, Spinach & micro greens, Mushrooms, Scallions, Tomatoes, Herbs, Basil, Garlic, Cilantro, Mint & Ginger can fill up your pantry with the freshest produce grown by you!

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Bangalore – the IT hub of India has accepted the apartment culture that thrives on busy professionals running chock-a-block lives. Imagine an indoor garden that satisfies your veggie needs & saves you time? Home-grown Avocados, Carrots, Lemons, Spinach & micro greens, Mushrooms, Scallions, Tomatoes, Herbs, Basil, Garlic, Cilantro, Mint & Ginger can fill up your pantry with the freshest produce grown by you!

Here are some tips on how you can have your very own indoor garden that is fresh, nutritious,  saves you time & gets you on a healthier path sooner than you can imagine.

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What is important for an indoor Vegetable Garden?

Weather Inside: Humidity is the most essential element for having a healthy indoor vegetable garden. Have the right weather and ensure to maintain the temperature at all times. Too cold nor too hot can do the trick. Make sure to have your coolers & ACs well maintained or away from your indoor veggie garden. In extreme humid conditions, place a plate of water beneath the plant and constantly keep spraying water. Plants prefer a good temperature between 18-24°C that is adequate for them to grown well.

Essential Water: Did you know that indoor plants require more water as compared to the outdoor plants since they tend to dry faster? And for this very reason, equip your indoor vegetable garden with small automated sprinklers or make a manual one yourself by piercing holes in a water bottle and hanging them inside the pots replicating the effects of a drip irrigation.

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Right Plants: Choosing the right kind of plants suitable for your city and temperature makes sure your indoor plants grow in a healthy environment yielding good vegetable crops.  Plants that are used for their roots require sunlight. So choose leafy vegetables like spinach that require much less attention and sunlight.

Indoor Vegetables Grown at Home - Century BlogLight that works: Sunlight is an essential and most crucial part of a plant growth. But while indoors, little sun from your window everyday should suffice. But this can even be replaced by specially designed lights that provide the same effect as that of sunlight for your indoor plants and help in the process of photosynthesis. Remember to choose what is best for the environment and temperature at your home.

What are the vegetables you can grow indoors?

For starters, begin with leafy vegetables like Lettuce, Spinach, herbs like Basil and Rosemary that are relatively easier to grow indoors. Carrots, Peas, Broccoli and mushrooms are a lot easier and they require less of attention as well. Tomatoes on the other hand require as little sunlight as possible but grow incredibly well indoors.

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