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Posted: Jul/14/2009 3:17 PM PST
I'm wondering if anyone has tried moving veggies indoors during the winter? I have several containers growing tomatoes, broccoli, carrots, spinach, lettuce, onion, peas, squash, peppers and cucumbers. I have a sunroom that gets great light, and was thinking about bringing them in there during winter (I live in Michigan). Any suggestions?
Posted: Jul/15/2009 1:18 AM PST
most of those youd want bugs to polenate the tomatoes/peppers you dont NEED but i think after a point theyd just stop fruiting i dont know when that is but itd be during the winter i think and itd need MASSIVE ampounts of water (toms) an decent amounts of fertaliser but with containers you cant do what youd do in the garden and beeing indoors alone would change how the plants grow
i started the seeds by my aerogarden tomatoes an prppers incrediblly leddy the peppers survived there 7 months old or so there STARTING to get to the point of really flowering theyve been in pot fer amonth or 2 soo yea --the issue? they like heat atleast some but they got cold so they barely survived in the stuff i had inside--of 9 seeds 2 are outside many issuse in when i did stuff