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Tag Archives: Indoor gardening

How to Grow Food Indoors

By Kim Robson: We talk a lot here on Green Mom about gardening and growing our own food. But many of us don’t have access to a backyard or even a patio or balcony. While growing plants in a tiny apartment might seem impossible, there are plenty of fresh fruits …

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Gardening with Kids

By Larraine Roulston: Gardening has been described as a “happy endeavor.” Research suggests that breathing in the soil’s bacteria can increase the brain’s serotonin levels. This may indicate that gardening offers therapy that acts as a natural antidepressant for young and old alike. My mother, a gardener with a truly great green thumb, …

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DIY Mason Jar Herb Garden

By Kim Robson: Come springtime, I always have a glut of empty mason jars that have been emptied gradually over the fall and winter. They clutter up our gardening shed, clinking around and getting in the way of things. It’s too early in the year to start canning — so …

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Growing Sprouts — Indoor Gardening

By Fredrica Syren: We’re a family who loves all green vegetables. What is not to love? Green vegetables are superior when it comes to nutrition because they are alkalizing to your body, which is the cornerstone of a healthy body and immune system. One of our favorite vegetables, especially during …

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Endless Veggies–Growing Vegetables From Scraps

By Kim Robson: Did you know that certain vegetables can be regrown from their own scraps? It’s super easy and fun to do, and a great project for the kids, too. In a way, it’s like having endless free veggies. Now, if only I can figure out a way to …

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