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Useful Plants You Can Grow In Your House

More Indoor Plants! 🙂

Not everyone is a coffee lover, but for those of you who are – did you know you can grow your own coffee plant right at home? This is a project for those of you with green thumbs! The coffee plant requires high humidity, lots of sunlight, and rich soil to thrive. It takes about four or five years for the plant to mature enough to start producing beans that you can use for brewing coffee. But once it does, you’ll have an endless supply of fresh coffee right at home!

Mint is one of those plants that most people already have growing inside their homes. It’s a very easy-to-grow plant, and it comes back year after year, so you’ll never run out of mint for your iced tea or mojitos! Mint can be grown indoors or outdoors and thrives in moist soil conditions with lots of sunlight exposure. Water the top inch twice per week during warm summer months but reduce watering to once weekly when colder weather sets in because the leaves will wilt if they’re too wet.

Eggplants are good for you too because they’re a good source of fiber, antioxidants, and vitamin C. Eggplants require at least six hours of sunlight per day and should be watered often enough so that their soil does not dry up completely between each watering.

So, technically, eggplants come from the nightshade family like tomatoes, but it’s still possible to grow these beautiful purple fruits indoors. It may take some time before you start seeing any fruit growth, but once they appear, you can expect to have a steady supply every few weeks.

Parsley is a popular plant that can be grown indoors during the winter months when it’s impossible to keep growing outdoors. Parsley thrives in temperatures between 59-86 degrees Fahrenheit so make sure you don’t let your house get any colder than this, or else they may die out! Parsley does not require a lot of sunlight, but it does need to be watered regularly. It’s also a good idea to fertilize parsley plants every two weeks with a balanced fertilizer. You can use parsley leaves for flavoring in your food, or you can dry them out and use them as a spice.

Cucumbers do not require much space and can grow in containers. They also produce lots of fruit that can be harvested regularly – up to four times per week! Cucumber plants have deep roots, so you’ll need to water them often enough by submerging the soil under an inch or two of water every few days during warmer summer months. In colder weather, reduce the watering frequency to once weekly but make sure there is always some moisture at the bottom of the container, even if it’s just from condensation building up overnight.

Basil is another great herb to grow indoors, especially during the colder months when it’s impossible to grow them outdoors. Basil requires six hours of sunlight per day, and you should water it two times per week with enough water so that the soil is completely moist but not soggy or flooded. It takes about four weeks for basil plants to mature into a harvestable state, then you can start harvesting leaves every few days! Basil has many health benefits, such as reducing inflammation, boosting your immune system, and fighting off free radicals.

Green beans are wonderful to grow indoors since they don’t need much space and can be harvested multiple times per week. Beans need at least six hours of sunlight each day and should be watered daily, especially during hot summer months. You can either plant the seeds directly in soil or use containers – just make sure the container has drainage holes, so the water doesn’t accumulate and drown the plants. Fertilize your bean plants every two weeks with a balanced fertilizer for best results.

Now that you know the plants you can grow indoors give it a try! You’ll be surprised at how well these plants do if cared for properly. If you don’t have much time or patience to take care of plants, consider buying some potted plants online. Many great websites sell cheap houseplants and deliver them straight to your door!



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