It will be a few more weeks, if not months, before folks in most parts of the U.S. can plant seeds or transplants in the ground without having to worry that a late frost could kill the tender seedlings.
But that doesn’t mean you have to wait for spring to get growing. Just give herbs a try.
You can grow most herbs indoors without the aid — or cost — of artificial lighting. Simply set them near a window.
Watch this video from Daisy Creek Farms with Jag Singh to learn how it’s done:
Have you ever grown herbs or other edible plants indoors? Tell us about your experience by commenting below or over on our Facebook page.
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