Missing gardening because it’s cold outside? 😭❄ We have the solution! 👇🏻 As the seasons change, many outdoor plants shrivel and wither away due to the cold, while only a few hang on. Gardeners everywhere are tempted to pack away the shears for a few months, while others get creative and bring their garden indoors.
The health benefits of gardening can be felt at any age, so it makes sense why more and more growers are finding ways to set up successful indoor gardens without investing in a state-of-the-art greenhouse. If you’re one of the people searching for a way to keep up the healthy hobby, consider transforming your garage into an indoor growing space.
Claim a Corner … or the Whole Garage
Once you commit to the idea of creating a garden indoors, clear a space to build your setup. You’ll need room for a humidifier, lights and more, depending on the plants you choose to grow. Before you start shopping for supplies, figure out how much room you have.
Does It Feel Right?
Find a way to monitor and manipulate the temperature for your indoor garden. Unless you’re lucky enough to have a thermostat in a fully finished garage, the outside elements have a way of letting themselves in.
Insulate the garage and go around any windows, sealing cracks or holes with caulking or spray foam found at any nearby hardware store.
Light It Up
If your garage doesn’t allow any natural light in, don’t consider it a lost cause. There are plenty of indoor lighting options available for gardeners. One of the most affordable and popular grow lights are fluorescent lights.
See more at 👉https://www.sonomacountygazette.com/sonoma-county-news/transform-your-garage-into-a-winter-gardening-oasis
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