johntimber21 juillet 2018 at 12 h 10 min #21320
Indoor gardening is a technique used to grow plants indoors. This might be for decorative purposes, such as the trees and flowers sometimes seen in shopping malls, or the trailing vines sometimes used in restaurants to provide a sense of serenity and privacy. Even office buildings can be used for indoor gardening, and the beneficial impact that growing plants has on indoor air quality has long been proven. In many instances, indoor gardening refers specifically to the growing of vegetables or herbs inside an enclosed structure, most often a residential home. This might be done to prolong a shorter growing season, to get a head start on the growing season before the last frost of the year, or to grow delicate plants in an area not suited to them. One of the simplest forms of indoor gardening is container gardening. In this situation, any container capable of holding soil, moisture, and plants can be used. Pots are the most common, but homesteaders and those looking to upcycle waste may use anything from cardboard egg cartons to coffee cans. Another example of indoor gardening is hydroponic gardening. Hydroponic gardening uses no soil at all. Instead, it relies on growing plants in water (usually attached to a floating substrate), and the use of additives to provide the nutrients that would come from soil if the plants were grown outdoors.
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