Cultivating a herb garden might seem impossible in Hong Kong's tight living spaces, but a number of herbs and veggie can be grown in small indoor spaces, and just small planters or pots can supply you with great food & the nutrition that you need all year long.
Light is the most important element in growing indoor. An ideal spot for your garden provides at least six to eight hours of light per day - Most herbs suffer overwatering so watering must be at regular timing.
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- TOMATOES -Untill germination use only spray twice a day .after germination water thoroughly without wet leaves -Pince once or twice the plant to better grow the branch and remove the gourmets" leaves -Germination -2/3weeks -transplant in wall planter bag when on stem appear white hair plum (+/-3mm) , REPLANT EACH PLANT IN OUR EYELETS PLANTER. Tutorial availlable for tomato transplant
- BASILICA -this herb like the light and sunny , but also can be developp in half shadow if good light . you must keep soil as cool ground & moist throughout the process of germination 3/4weeks , after germination once a day water without water on leaves
- PARSLEY FRENCH - PARSLEY FRIEZE -Parsley likes all soils, it likes full sunshine but also gives good results in partial shade. Parsley grows very well in pot and planter. Remember regular watering. harvest as your need all along the year.Germination 3/4weeks ,after dont water the leaves.
- MINT - be patient this herb dont like much water , once a week enough , add some sand if occasionaly you get some ,Mint is a crawling plant, so round planter , she will grow in circle .water funnel one time a week and water spray once a week only to make surface and leaves fresh ,mint leaves like water . once more a week by spray if very sunny hot weather.Best watering time is early morning or evening
- MACHE - SPINACH - to grow year-round indoor well in light 6 / 8 hours per day. cut produces leaves to harvest in remitted on each foot of the quantity you need. Cut leaves using a knife to 1 or 2 cm above the soil. We advise you to take on the pourtiours of the feet rather than take leave a bit anywhere. To keep your freshly cut leaves, as long as possible, you must wash it and wring out well then place them in in large bowl (need leaves to breathe). Cover with clingwrap and place it at the bottom of your refrigerator.Germination 2/3weeks.