Posts Tagged ‘cherry tomatoes’

Indoor garden help/Pacific Northwest in January?

Saturday, July 30th, 2011

I would like to start an indoor container garden in my apartment and I need some assistance. I live in Oregon and we don’t get much sun light in winter months. I would put the plants in front of the window obviously, and my apartment is about 62f degrees.

Would vegetables grow under these conditions?

Listed below are the types of veggies I want to grow from seeds. Any help with the size of container, or anything at all would be a great help. Ive never gardened anything before, so consider you are talking to an idiot.

cherry tomatoes
leaf lettuce

Any other easy to grow vegetable options or any other tips at all would be awesome. Thank you.

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    Help with vegetable gardening?

    Friday, December 24th, 2010

    I have made a 12×4 raised garden bed and found the perfect sunny location for it. Within a couple of days I will put in and prepare the dirt. I live in Virginia and have nice, hot summers. We would love to have lots of peppers, maybe cherry tomatoes, parsley & oregano. I would love to hear some information on if these would go well together and maybe what other types of vegetables would grow well with these as well as the easiest to take care of. This is our first vegetable garden so the easiest is best. Also, should I be planting a particular flower plant with these to keep away bugs? Any help is appreciated…

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    what type of lightbulb for an indoor garden?

    Tuesday, June 29th, 2010

    i love to cook and i want to grow herbs and maybe like cherry tomatoes and chili peppers indoors. i just need to know do i use a metal halide bulb or a high pressure sodium bulb? i’d mainly be growing like basil, parsley, dill, that kind of thing. i already have the ballast and it can run either bulb. any other advice about indoor gardening like this would be good too. thanks.

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