Week 11 of Penny Golightly’s windowsill kitchen garden – growing fancy food indoors for a few pence.
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Week 10 of Penny Golightly’s windowsill kitchen garden. What food’s growing well indoors, and what’s not.
I have a little confession to make. There are no radishes to look at this week because, er, they were too tasty and the tops and stems ended up in a salad on Thursday, along with all the curly cress, microleaves/salad thinnings of the salad bowl lettuce and the lanky spicy salad baby leaves. So I […]
Week six of trying to grow all kinds of tasty foods on an inside windowsill.
Week 5 of the windowsill kitchen garden at Golightly Towers. What’s new, what’s growing, and what’s not.
The fourth week of the windowsill kitchen garden – is it easy to grow food indoors? What works and what doesn’t?
The best thing on the windowsill this week has been the pea shoots experiment. I planted one batch the traditional way two weeks ago – just stick the seed peas in a pot of compost, cover with at least 2cm more compost, water and then leave it all to sprout. Very easy, no messing about. […]