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Indoor Gardening

  • How-To

    How to Keep Your Begonias Happy

    Making begonias happy is so easy that many gardeners miss the mark merely by overindulging these affable plants. To give you some idea of their congeniality, begonias were being grown…

  • Design

    Find the Right Begonia for You

    There’s something for everyone with begonias. The size range runs the gamut from tight little nuggets with tiny foliage to big whopping plants that stand several feet tall and take…

  • How-To

    Squeeze in Some Citrus

    Homegrown citrus is every indoor gardener’s Mount Everest. Who doesn’t dream of walking by the kitchen window, leaning over, and plucking a ripe lemon from their very own tree? Actually,…

  • How-To

    African Violets for the More Modern-Minded | Indoor Gardening

    If you hear “African violet” and think “grandmother,” we need to talk. There’s no reason why you should flash immediately to frumpy when that family of plants is mentioned. The…

  • Article

    New Ideas for Indoor Vegetable Gardening

    Vegetable gardeners typically spend the winter months dreaming about spring planting. But that could change with Elizabeth Millard’s creative new approach for cultivating an indoor kitchen garden filled with all…

  • Article

    Picking a Peck of Paprika Peppers

    Pepper plants are grown as annuals, but they’re actually perennial plants that can grow indoors during the winter.

  • Article

    Take Your Plants for a Ride

    The Rotary Garden is an innovative new product that’s perfect for growing edibles in small spaces. Wheels make the garden portable so it can be moved to where ever the…

  • Article

    Cheap and Easy Winter Greens

    Growing your own garlic greens during the winter is an inexpensive way to feed two needs at once: a gardener’s need for growing and a cook’s need for something tasty.

  • Article

    Sprouts Make Windowsill Gardening Easy

    Homegrown sprouts are perfect for windowsill gardening any time of the year. Just add water and watch them grow.

  • Kitchen Gardening

    Grow Herbs in Containers for the Winter

    Fall is the time of year that I start getting concerned for my basil. I'm pretty lousy at calculating how much longer I'll be able to harvest before the frost…