Fruits And Veggies You Can Grow In A House Or Apartment

Tomatoes

Tomatoes thrive in apartments. Use small pots, plant seedlings near a window on your patio or balcony. Enjoy abundant harvests without taking up much space!

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Lettuce

Lettuce is good for new gardeners. Spinach or rocket are options too. Whatever lettuce you pick, it's perfect for salads!

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Capsicum

Capsicum plants are good for apartments. They grow indoors with little space and don't need much sun. Too much sun can hurt them, so use shade in summer.

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Carrots

Carrots grow easily in any garden with sunlight. Use a deep planter, pot, or container, at least 300mm deep for them to grow well.

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Potatoes

Potatoes are great for apartment gardens! They grow anywhere with sunlight. Use Potato Bags or a bucket with holes for drainage.

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Grapes

Grapes can grow outside in most places. They also do well indoors with sunlight and a strong support like a trellis. Use bamboo sticks for balconies lacking support.

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Broccoli and Cauliflower

Broccoli and cauliflower are in the cabbage family. They're super healthy and can reduce heart disease risk. Plant them indoors 2 weeks before the last frost for a good harvest.

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Onions

Grow onions easily from seeds indoors. Wait until spring if planting outside. Use containers if no backyard. Harvest small for unique flavor!

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