3 Indoor Winter Gardening Ideas

Last week we discussed holiday raised garden beds for the outdoors. Today we are going to discuss raised beds for indoor growing. Keeping your garden warm through the winter months can be a challenge. One of the easiest ways to continue growing is to bring your plants indoors. We will touch on a few different ideas. We can’t wait to see what inspires you!

When growing through the winter months indoors (such as in a greenhouse) you might see a raised garden bed filled with liners and then potted plants placed inside those raised beds. This allows the plants to stay warmer.

Indoor pots make it easy to make it feel like a holiday garden when you choose holiday colored pots. You want to make sure not to bring native soil indoors. You want to use a sterile soil (like seed starter mixes) in your pots so you don’t attract flies and other little bugs. Using a compost tea every couple weeks will help keep the soil healthy.

Grow bags attached to the wall is another fun way to grow indoors. When using these grow bags I would recommend using a liner with them to help protect your walls. I would also backdrop it with a marine board or a waterproof back board so you don’t have any water transferred into your wall. I would also recommend using a sterile soil and possibly include perlite or vermiculite into the soil.

What are you going to start growing and where? We would love to hear your feedback! To learn more about growing indoors you can join the Agriscaping Mastery Program to enhance your skills and knowledge.