There are many benefits to growing your favorite plants indoors. Not only do they clean the air in your home, but they also provide you with delicious, organic eats! If you do not have room for an outdoor garden, you can grow the following plants indoors even if you are short on space. The best part is you will not have to worry about bugs or other animals munching on your garden for lunch!
Rosemary can be grown by planting the seeds in a container with holes in the bottom so drainage can occur. The type of soil used should be a mixture of two parts potting soil and one part coarse sand. For every five inches of soil, add one teaspoon of agricultural lime to make it more alkaline. Keep the seeds in a sunny area of your home and only water when the top of the soil is dry to the touch.