Asked by: Maiara Ritzenthalerasked in category: General Last Updated: 20th April, 2020
Can you grow vegetables in a sunroom?
Similarly, can I keep plants in sunroom?
Sunrooms allow you to grow a wide variety of plants that, otherwise, would not thrive in your particular climate. Some people enjoy bringing patio plants in after the summer heat passes and allowing them to overwinter in a warm sunroom.
Secondly, what vegetables can I grow inside during the winter? Here are some of the best choices for growing vegetables indoors during the winter months:
- Tomatoes (cherry and mini varieties)
Secondly, can you grow veggies inside?
When embarking on an indoor garden project, it is best to begin with vegetable varieties that produce in small spaces. Lettuce, spinach, many herbs and endive do very well indoors. It is possible to grow green peppers, beans, cherry tomatoes and miniature eggplants.
How much sun does a vegetable garden need?
Plan the Right Amount of Sun The fastest-growing vegetables need full sun—at least 6 to 8 hours of direct sunlight a day–without blockage from trees, shrubs, or fences. That's why you won't have much success if you plant sun-loving vegetables in shady spaces.