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11 Easiest Edible Plants to Grow Indoors

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If you are looking to enjoy the taste of farm fresh produce at your house, take a look at our list of 11 easiest edible plants to grow indoors.

Buying fruits and vegetables at the local grocery store make people wonder a lot of things – were these grown in a healthy organic way? Were they sprayed with too much pesticide? Is it healthy to consume them? Well, all these questions, though justified, will escape your mind when you start growing your basic staples right at home. That seems like a mammoth task but it’s really not that difficult. All you need is a little bit of time and a couple of windows that will allow sunshine to reach the plants. If you live in an area where the sun is a rare sight, you can always use a grow light which is an artificial source of light designed to aid the growth of plants. And if you intend to make some money off of your hard work, you can always consult our article on 10 high margin agricultural products to grow.

11 Easiest Edible Plants to Grow Indoors

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To compile this list of 11 easiest edible plants to grow indoors, we resorted to specialized portals like Greatist, Nature Hacks, and Minq, among others. From there, we selected 10 which were the most recommended and came up with the following. Let’s take a look, shall we?

11. Rosemary

This herb that flavors every dish it is added to, with its strong yet delicious fragrance, is also extremely healthy. And for it to be the healthiest it can be, the plant needs to be exposed to sunlight for approximately six hours on a daily basis. You should be careful not to remove all of the leaves at once, leaving the plant bare, but instead just to remove a few. And when you have a few tasty leaves, pair them with all sorts of beautiful protein dishes for yourself and your family.

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