I haven't posted an Indoor Edible Garden Update in awhile and I am pleased to report that I have been enjoying radishes, spinach and a variety of micro-greens harvested from my apartment dining room. And now, it's a pleasure to see a lot of blossoms and small beans on the bean shelf of the indoor garden!
The beans were planted back in late October and early November, a couple pots being planted each week to provide on ongoing harvest. With a maturation date of 60 days, these plants are right on time in the controlled environment - a consistent 70 degrees, 16 hours of light a day (natural sun through the window supplemented with fluorescent lighting) and watering when things get dry to include some occasional misting to keep humidity levels up.
I'm in a 'hurry up and wait' mode for broccoli, cauliflower, tomatoes and some turnips. I'll have some peas very soon though and look forward to making some stir fry!