Our revolutionary, AI-powered hydroponic garden.
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Published May 15, 2023
Indoor Gardening has become an increasingly popular way to bring the beauty of nature indoors while also enjoying fresh, healthy produce all year round. Whether it’s for urban farming, small-spaced gardening, or even just growing indoors, the landscape of contemporary gardening is rapidly changing. In order to address issues such as sustainability and how we acquire our food, indoor gardening has become a viable and smart choice in drastically changing our eating and purchasing habits.
Learn how to start your new indoor garden with information on space, lighting, temperature, and humidity. Beyond grasping the different benefits of growth material and how to look out for disease of your plants, we’ll also address:
Indoor gardening is the practice of growing different types of plants, flowers, herbs and vegetables inside an enclosed space. Also known as a greenhouse, you can have seed to harvest yields without dedicating much space outdoor to growing while also maintaining a healthy living and self-sufficiency that takes advantage of small spaces, especially in urban areas. You can use soil, but thanks to hydroponic systems, you don’t need to since all nutrients are delivered via watering. This is seen with vertical indoor gardens as they use LED grow lights. No taller than a lamp, you can grow multiple plants in a space as small as your window sill, a small side table in your kitchen or just in a tiny corner.
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Before you busy bee it up with your indoor garden, there are a few things you need to know. Indoor gardening is still gardening. It may not be as easy as “sit down and watch it grow”, but by just keeping a few things in mind, it can surely be a less time-consuming practice.
Find where in your living space (or office space or building space) you want to have a garden and measure it. Most indoor garden structures only take up a small amount of space and can be safely installed in even the most unused corners.
Take note of your vertical space too! Vertical indoor gardens are a great way to save floor space and to give the impression that you have a budding green oasis.
Keep in mind what the space is lacking, because that’s what your plants will lack as well.
It all goes into space. Measure your room, figure it out, indoor gardening is an achievable science.
It’s always a difficulty, but it’s a way plants get their nutrients. Indoor gardening wouldn’t be what it is without it.
Pest control is a common surprise when it comes to indoor gardening and plant care. Plants can get sick with disease or pests like the best of us. Thankfully like our bodies, they have a way of communicating when they are sick.
The best way to mitigate these things and to make sure your garden is thriving is regular maintenance and care. Committing time to maintenance and care helps maintain your own healthy lifestyles. Indoor gardening isn’t any different.
You can opt for over 25 varieties of leafy greens from our yCube portfolio if you prefer a plant that can offer multiple harvests rather than quick results. The choice is yours!
So you ready to jumpstart you healthy and sustainable initiatives? You’ve made the right choice. Just a few things to take into consideration before starting your indoor garden…
Sprout Nurseries are where you plant seeds in soil and let them sprout which is important for both planting and reseeding your gardens. However, germination can hinder seed growth. Thankfully, ventilation can improve conditions.
Water nutrients for hydroponics, is what allows the water to be nutrient rich. Be aware some do not tackle root issues and only last a short time.
Pods are meant to maintain sprouts and help them grow. With indoor gardens they work to suspend your roots and let you take out plants to check on the root systems without damaging the plants themselves.
Short answer: yes. Longer answer: yes, because you control the growing conditions. But you will need to adjust planting and harvesting schedules accordingly. As well as, if you’re relying on natural conditions like light and temperature, you will need to supplement them in seasons where many conditions are not maintained.
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There’s a lot to take in when getting started, but you deserve to grow healthy and enjoy fresh produce. The reality is it’s getting harder to do so, indoor gardening changes that. But with this endeavor, the money you save on setup means your crops are reliant on your commitment to time and knowledge, and we’re not all botanists. Thankfully Gardyn is here to help.
Gardyn’s Home starter kit, you can do that with the comfort and ease you deserve. Thanks to easy-to-use technology and a variety of plant pods to choose from. You’ll be able to create an oasis right in your very home. Don’t have to worry about DIY when you have to grow it yourself (GIY). Indoor gardening with ease is just a click away.
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