The weather is steadily becoming colder and the days shorter. There are less and less things to do in the garden. If you are like most gardeners, you are not contented simply idling and not actively growing something. Keep your green thumb busy by growing indoors instead. There are herbs you can continue to grow indoors, ensuring warm and savory dishes in winter.
Aside from growing herbs and other plants indoors, you can also sprout seeds and beans. Sprouting is a really quick process (as little as 2 days) of germinating seeds and growing them on to produce their first root and shoot.
Sprouts are a very good and delicious alternative to fresh salad greens which are difficult to come by in the winter. Sprouts are also highly nutritious.
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