In addition to growing vegetables in the garden, you absolutely can grow some indoor plants in your windowsills. You can grow edible plants like tomatoes, peppers, carrots, onions, garlic, and some others. With the planting, it will be very convenient during your cooking. When you need a certain type of vegetable for the dish without going to the garden because they are always ready to serve. Besides, they will make your kitchen space more lively. And especially, your family will have fresh and organic vegetables that are good for health at any time.
These plants only need a period of sunlight from 5-6 hours per day, and the window is a suitable location for their growth. They are also plants that do not need meticulous care. So even if you’re busy at work, you also easily have your own mini garden. If you are interested, join us in creating a garden like this!
Growing tomatoes on a windowsill is a great way to enjoy fresh, organic, juicy tomatoes. And to have best results, you should choose dwarf varieties like cherry tomatoes.
If you want to add something hot and spicy in your meal, chilies that is grown in your kitchen windowsill is great way.
This vegetable only need a few hours of sun on a windowsill.
The growing of radishes are quite fast without too much care. Their leaves are also edible and you can make a wide range of delicious dishes to treat family from them. They need sunny windowsill and a moist soil.
#5 Beans and Peas
If your windowsills have space, you can grow both the beans and. Pole beans if planted in window boxes can be trained and supported by tying a string or wire from the planter to the window frame.
Don’t need large garden, growing carrot on a windowsill is possible in small pots or window boxes. Carrot plants just need regular watering, otherwise, the roots of carrots will dry out and crack.
#7 Green Onions
In a small space like a windowsill, you can grow green onions to serve for your delicious salad bowls and sandwiches. Evenly, they can grow in water without soil.
#8 Loose Leaf Lettuce
Lettuce is one of the easiest vegetables to grow in your windowsill. It just require a few hours of sunlight is enough, or you can also use artificial light. You can combine red or green leaf lettuces in the same pot to make decorate.
To grow garlic, firstly you buy some fresh garlic from a grocery store. You grow them by the way: unpeeled clove, the pointed side up, in well-draining soil. Keep the soil moist and in a few days, you should see a green shoot.
Green leaves contain a lot of source vitamins A, C, K and folic acid, these are good for health. They are more nutrient-rich and tasty than the mature ones.
In the planting, all you need is a quart jar, a few tablespoons of sprouting seeds and water. In a week, you’ll have a jar full of healthy delicate sprouts that you can serve for some your favorite dishes like salads, sandwiches, or soups.