Are You Growing Any Food Indoors This Winter?


| 10/20/2009 12:28:59 PM


What are you growing inside this winter, and how do you do it? Have you had success in the past growing food indoors? Please share your ideas, tips and tricks with each other in the comments section below.

Howard Sallee'
7/23/2012 6:50:46 PM

Oops, your first mistake was to dry the seeds. Plant them in good soil right out of the fruit and see what happens.


Kathy Wigley
1/26/2012 1:33:36 AM

I have a 6x8 foot greenhouse but no heat so I brought my figs, lemon, lime and kumquat trees in the house to sit in front of my south facing kitchen windows. Just trying to keep them alive!!! However the figs are growing beautifully and I have one... just one little fig growing!!! I'm happy!!!!


Mike Laneville
1/25/2012 11:26:48 PM

My friend has been growing a beautiful lemon tree in his office for years. The fruit is fantastic. He gave me one of his lemons and I have been drying the seeds for about 2 weeks now. What are my best options for starting these seeds in doors. We live in Connecticut.






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