|Saving with Indoor Gardening|
Indoor gardens are becoming very popular and they are nothing new. People have been successfully indoor gardening for decades. Many people have successfully grown cooking and naturopathic herbs such as basil, thyme, rosemary, dill and lavender. Some gardeners have even grown garlic, cherry tomatoes and green beans indoors.
Green bean and tomato plants can be grown indoors using hanging planters when hung in a south to southeast facing window. The trick is making sure the plant is kept away from any draft and is exposed to 6 – 8 hours of natural sunlight every day.