As you all know, I love all things plants. Specifically ‘botany’. Botany is the scientific study of plants, including their physiology, structure, genetics, ecology, distribution, classification, and economic importance.
- the plant life of a particular region, habitat, or geological period.
I love to grow my own food whenever possible. All plants really I suppose. However, I don’t always have the space to grow seemingly anything. This is a great indoor ‘Food Garden Hack’.
The pictures, and linked video, show various lettuces, and Cilantro being grown. However, this could work for peppers, herbs, and tomatoes (depending on size as well). Be creative with uses of your container, and you might be surprised at how much you can grown in small spaces. You are able to grow a constant rotation of some of your favorite fruits, vegetables, or herbs, using the least amount of space, and water. Plus, recycling empty plastic drink bottles to boot! You’re also eating healthier, and fresh. No unknown chemicals or pesticides. And…you save money too!!!
I call that winning!
Click the highlighted link below to watch full video of process, by 5.min.crafts on Instagram.