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    6+ Foods To Grow Indoors Right Now

    How about fresh greens, tomatoes, sprouts, peas, and herbs any time you want? Grow them year round indoors on your windowsill or under grow lights. This is local food at its finest.

    1. Micro Greens

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    Sunflower micro greens are just one of many types you can grow indoors. Fast-growing, they are ready quickly and taste great in salads as well as on sandwiches. Growing instructions here.

    2. Peas and Beans

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    There are dozens of types of peas and beans you can grow indoors. Not only are the fresh peas delicious, but the emerging pea shoots can be clipped for salads and they will re-grow. You can learn more here.

    3. Sprouts

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    Mung beans and pea sprouts are just a few of the choices available for edible sprouting seeds. Add them to salads, sandwiches, soups, or stir-fries. Read how to grow them here.

    4. Salad Greens

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    So easy to grow and there is no comparing the fresh taste. The types of greens you can grow include arugala, leaf lettuces, spinach, tatsoi, mizuna, and more. Full instructions for growing salad greens here.

    5. Herbs

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    The list of herbs that thrive indoors is a long one. Choices include basil, organo, thyme, rosemary, sage, mint, and more. Get all the details here.

    6. Tomatoes

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    The most popular homegrown crop of all: tomatoes! Yes, you can grow them indoors and there are hundreds of types to choose from depending on the space you have available. Read all about it here.

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