Experiment with growing vegetables indoors


Last updated 4/12/2018 at 6:35pm


Smaller varieties of tomatoes can do quite well when grown indoors in the right conditions.

TEMECULA – Foodies find it hard to beat vine-ripened tomatoes plucked right out of a garden. Other vegetables, such as fresh lettuce for a small lunch salad or a handful of fresh parsley right out of a pot to add to a marinade, also add a lot to meals.

The convenience and flavor of freshly grown vegetables propels many home gardeners to grow produce and herb gardens in their yards, but those short on outdoor space may be happy to learn that many edibles grow equally as well indoors as outdoors.

Many people maintain comfortable temperatures between 70 and 75 F in their homes all year lon...

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