If you've been following my gardening blog, you know from my post last Spring, I'm not an "innie". I have no green thumb when it comes to growing plants indoors. Previous attempts at houseplants have ended in their brown/withered death. I have grown seeds indoors, but I hurry to get them outside before the mold begins to grow. So this year, I'm setting myself up with the proper tools. My husband is building me a grow light stand and I used my Christmas giftcard for a grow kit! What better idea for a non-indoor grower than a "self-watering deep root system grow kit"! Sign me up, send the UPS guy, my answer is here.
What I'm growing so far indoors are three cells each of three different types of non-GMO tomatoes (Moneymaker, Cherry, and Thessaloniki), and 6 cells of Romaine that I'll tranplant outdoors in a few weeks. So it now sits on the floor with the lid on until the sprouts appear. Once they do, we'll lift the lid and add the grow light. Meanwhile, you'll find me outdoors on the first semi-warm day putting the rest of the spring crops in the garden: lettuce, radishes, carrots, etc. Stay tuned.