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Get prepared for gardening with indoor greenhouse

5:38 PM, Apr. 8, 2013
Small plants like these can be grown early indoors before being transplanted in a garden outdoors.
Small plants like these can be grown early indoors before being transplanted in a garden outdoors.
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Some gardeners are anxious to begin spring planting. But even though it's too soon to start a garden outdoors, it's not too early start planting indoors.

Creating that indoor greenhouse to jump-start the gardening season isn't difficult. All it takes are some seeds, potting soil, containers and a warm place with humidity and plastic sheeting to make a small indoor greenhouse. It really doesn't take up much space, either.

I recently helped a family member prepare his indoor garden. All I did was purchase the tiny potting soil containers, the kind you add water to and they expand. Bury a seed in ...

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