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Most gardeners call it quits in the winter. After all, how are you supposed to have a garden when there’s several inches of snow covering your backyard? Simple. You start an indoor container garden. Even in the winter, you can grow plenty of vegetables as long as you park them in front of a south-facing window (or help them out with a grow light).
If you want to try this out and are eager for fast results, there are several vegetables that will reach maturity in about a month. In this article, gardening expert Kristen Duever shares her five favorites and offers several tips for growing them.
Kristen writes, “Winter gardening is good for the mind. It keeps us thinking and learning new things, which helps our brains stay alert, healthy and young. But gardening can be hard when there is a foot of snow covering the garden. Have you ever thought about growing vegetables indoors? Indoor gardening helps us grow fresh produce until our outdoor gardens are ready to be used again. Incredibly, there actually are vegetables you can grow and eat within about a month.” Follow the link below to keep reading.