Growing your own herbs and vegetables has never been more popular or easier. Even if you don't have a large outside garden, there are still plenty of plants you can grow indoors with the aid of an indoor garden kit. There's nothing better than cooking the vegetables you've grown yourself or seasoning with your own herbs!
We found the Indoor Hydroponic Garden by AeroGarden to be our favorite. It's a smart garden that delivers results while being easy to use. We've also put together a top 10 list for you to consider and created a handy buying guide to help you make your choice!
We've searched Amazon to find the best indoor garden kits available. We've picked a variety of kits, so no matter what you're looking for, we have an indoor garden kit for you!
|Size||10.5 x 6 x 17.4 in. (6 pods)|
|Size||Four 3 x 3 in. pots|
|Size||4 x 3 x 5 in.|
|Size||Four 3 x 3 in. pots|
|Plants included||Hot peppers|
|Size||Five 3.5 x 3.5 in. pots|
|Size||Nine 4 x 4 in. pots|
|Size||9 x 4 x 18.11 in. (3 pods)|
|Plants included||Choose from 50 types|
|Size||10.5 x 6. 17.4 in. (6 pods)|
|Size||Five 3 x 3 in. pots|
|Size||Two 12-cell seed trays|
Back to the Roots
Spade to Fork
Click and Grow
Mountain Valley Seed Company
Herbs in the Burbs Starter Kit
Organic Mushroom Farm
Spicy Peppers Starter Kit
Organic Home Garden Seed Kit
9-Herb Window Garden
Funky Veg Kit
Culinary Herb Growing Kit
Easy to Clean and Operate
A Garden Kit That Makes a Great Gift
Grow in the Box For Ultimate Simplicity
A Good Variety of Spice for Cooking
A 100% Organic Herb Growing Kit
Detailed Instructions and a Large Variety of Herbs
Easy to Set up and Plant
A Smart Garden That Can be Harvested Quickly
Colorful Vegetables to Start Indoors
Includes a Large Number of Seeds for Additional Planting
|Size||10.5 x 6 x 17.4 in. (6 pods)||Four 3 x 3 in. pots||4 x 3 x 5 in.||Four 3 x 3 in. pots||Five 3.5 x 3.5 in. pots||Nine 4 x 4 in. pots||9 x 4 x 18.11 in. (3 pods)||10.5 x 6. 17.4 in. (6 pods)||Five 3 x 3 in. pots||Two 12-cell seed trays|
|Plants included||Herbs||Herbs||Mushrooms||Hot peppers||Herbs||Herbs||Choose from 50 types||Herbs||Vegetables||Herbs|
Before buying an indoor garden kit, there are a few points you should take into consideration. To help you with this, we've put together this handy buying guide!
Before choosing an indoor garden kit, you need to decide where you are going to keep it. Most types of plants require a lot of sunlight, so placing them near a window - especially a south-facing one - is essential. Many herbs require at least six hours of sun per day.
It’s also important that you have enough space to put your kit. You will need a flat, solid surface that is easy to access and reach so you can water and tend to it. You should also consider choosing a place that is easily cleaned. It’s easy to drip water or drop soil, plus leaves might drop from your plants.
If you don’t have a lot of room, you can consider a kit that attaches to your window. These have suction cups and will stick to the glass.
When it comes to indoor garden kits, you have a few options. The most popular produce to grow are herbs or vegetables. Herbs are the easiest to grow and you can grow herbs such as basil, rosemary, parsley, oregano, lavender and thyme. It’s also possible to grow different types of herbs together.
Vegetables that can be grown inside include peppers, carrots and mushrooms. These are often grown individually and can take more care than herbs. They'll also usually need more space and sunlight (except for mushrooms!)
You can also start growing flowers or vegetables indoors and then transfer them to a larger space outside. Although herbs are the easiest to grow, if you don’t have much use for herbs you should consider vegetables instead. After all, both herbs and vegetables are grown to be eaten!
A smart garden is a type of hydroponic garden. This indoor gardening device does a lot of the work for you. They have built-in lights that can provide all of the light your plants need, can automatically water them, and can remind you of when you need to attend to your plants.
Smart gardens need a constant power supply, so you will need to put them near an outlet. With many smart gardens, you will be limited to what you can grow. Some of them will only use the manufacturer’s plant pods made specifically for that system.
Once your initial plants have been used, you’ll have to buy the correct seeds if you wish to replant. Some other smart gardens are more flexible and can be used with any seeds, so make sure you check this detail before buying.
There are also smart gardens that are more than just gardens - they’re mini-ecosystems. These include a fish tank underneath the plants, with the fish and plants helping each other to thrive. The plants clean the water and the tank, while fish waste feeds the plants!
If you’re looking for a more interesting indoor garden kit and also want some fish, this could be a good option, especially for kids. But remember live animals will require more care like cleaning the tank and regular feeding.
The most important choice when buying an indoor garden kit is to buy one that is going to be effective and grow the plants you want. However, that doesn’t mean the kit has to be ugly!
An indoor garden kit can be as decorative as it is practical, so look for one that will suit your decor. Some kits come with the typical clay pots, but others are smart and sleek plastic or rustic looking wood. Choose a design that works for you!
Whether you're looking to expand the collection of plants in your home or tend to a garden outside, we have many more products to recommend. Take a look at these links and soon you'll be an expert gardener!
We found that there are a wide variety of indoor garden kits available to purchase. The best kit for you is one that will grow plants that you find useful.
You should find a space that is big enough for your kit and is by a window, preferably a south-facing one. A smart garden can take all of the stress and uncertainty out of tending to your plants. Whatever kit you choose, we wish you great success with your indoor garden!
Author: Kellie Lacey
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