If you love the taste of fresh garden tomatoes and ripe watermelons, but hate the work involved in growing them, here's some good news: you can enjoy the fresh fruits and vegetables you crave without hours of garden work.
During the winter months, as outdoor gardens and flower beds sit dormant, many gardeners truly miss tending to and nurturing their plants. But an indoor garden can exercise your green thumb all year long — and liven up your home, too.
Growing herbs indoors is an excellent way to enhance existing garden pursuits and experiment with different varieties most suited to your needs. It's a rewarding winter activity for gardeners who miss summer tending, and a gratifying way for first-time growers to discover their green thumbs.