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The climate that we live in doesn’t always allow us to plant and grow whatever we want, whenever we want, but these 8 indoor growing vegetables are here to kick that notion to the curb! Indoor growing vegetables are veggies that can easily grow indoors, regardless of how cold or hot it is outside. So get ready to discover 8 amazing vegetables that grow indoors!

8 Best Indoor Growing Vegetables

#1. Scallions

scallions

Scallions are great to grow indoors because they don’t require much of anything and are also low maintenance.

#2. Radishes

radish plants

Radishes are surprisingly easy to grow indoors since they don’t need much light (because it’s a root vegetable). The one thing they will need though are deep pots so the roots can spread!

#3. Microgreens

microgreens

Did you know that microgreens are packed with about 40 times more vitamins and nutrients than their fully grown counterparts? Not only are they nutritious AND delicious, but they’re SUPER easy to grow and will thrive indoors!

#4. Herbs

fresh herbs

Most herbs are easy to grow indoors as long as you provide them with some sort of sunlight. Choose from basil, rosemary, thyme, cilantro, chives, oregano, and parsley.

#5. Potatoes

harvested potatoes

Who knew you could grow potatoes indoors?! We recommend you grow them in planter pouches, but they will need light once established and lots of room to grow!

#6. Spinach

how to grow spinach in a pot

Leafy greens, like spinach, do surprisingly well indoors as long as they have good drainage. Use an indoor potting mix and plant your spinach in well draining soil.

#7. Tomatoes

cherry tomatoes in container

If you want to grow tomatoes indoors, you’ll need a compact variety which won’t take up much space. Also, tomatoes need about 8-10 hours of sunlight per day, so be sure you place your tomato plant in front of a south-facing window.

#8. Strawberries

strawberries in pots

Grow strawberries in pots or hanging planters and be sure to provide them with good drainage and lots of sunlight!

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