Outdoor Versus Indoor Organic Gardening. Any Differences?

Organic Gardening vs. Indoor

Gardening is a lifestyle, and definitely a healthier choice to the alternative processed foods you find in restaurants and food markets. It is a great way to stay healthy and active in your daily life. There are so many wonderful benefits to planting, and taking care of a garden at your home is the ultimate way to make sure you are aware and in control of what you place into your body. At My Nona’s Garden, owner Amber Harmon is dedicated to organic gardening. Most people don’t realize how convenient gardening can be because it can be done indoors and outdoors, and it is one of the easiest ways to eat healthier and stay active.

 

You may not even realize how active you are when you are gardening because it is a daily, fun activity, and it offers many benefits. When you are looking for gardening tools and products, we offer raised garden beds and other elevated garden bed options to make gardening super easy! Even if you aren’t a fan of being outside, you should defintiely consider raised garden beds to bring indoors and grow vegetables in.

 

Indoor Organic Gardening

There are many benefits to indoor organic gardening. Most people do not usually think as raised bed gardening as an indoor activity but gardening can definitely be done in this manner with much success! If this is something you prefer compared to outdoor gardening options, here are a few benefits to consider:

  • Improved air quality- Plants filter and breathe the air around them. If they are indoors your family will be provided with cleaner, more oxygen-rich air because the plants absorb gases, causing your family members to breathe in better air.
  • Year round gardening- Certain vegetables like basil and parsley can cost a lot of money in the stores and do not stay fresh for very long, but being able to grow plants year round indoors will provide you with fresh vegetables for a longer period of time. Organic gardening can cost a lot less than buying the organic vegetables in the grocery store.
  • Educational- Different plants thrive on different combinations of water and sunlight. Being able to teach your family how to grow these plants and tend to their needs is a great learning and bonding experience. If you have any questions about how much water and sunlight each plant should have, talk to Amber at My Nona’s Garden and she will provide you with all the information you need to grow a successful indoor garden.
  • Not need to go outside, even if your garden bed is in a screen enclosure and experience any humidity, wind, or other factors.

Outdoor Vs. Indoor Organic Gardening

The climate definitely affects your plants. With outdoor organic gardening, you cannot control the weather, but indoors, you are in control of how hot or cold your house is and you can move the plants around based on where the sunlight best penetrates the plants.

Contact My Nona’s Garden

When you are trying to determine which type of garden would be best for you, talk to Amber at My Nona’s Garden who will be able to provide you with all of the information you need to make a decision. Organic gardening is very healthy and beneficial. To find out more about gardening and gardening products such as raised garden beds, call My Nona’s Garden at 407-593-8196 or visit our website mynonasgarden.com.

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