I have my starts for the victory garden but it's been too cold to plant them yet. I do hope it warms up because my peas are taking over. However, I've decided I'd like to try and get an indoor garden going to cover the cold weather months - have fresh veggies all year long!
I did a fair amount of research as to what kinds of plants would do well. I purchased seeds for my favorite salad makings: spinach, radishes, green onions, tomatoes, and cucumbers. They were all types taking up a small amount of space and have fairly quick harvesting turn around. For example, these particular kind of cucumbers vine only 20 to 24 inches. The tomatoes are cherry-sized. And the radishes are ready for harvesting in 29 days (very exciting because they are starting to come up today).
Let's not forget I have a little helper. He really wanted to plant one of his spheres (yes, that is a ball inside the pot in the top photo). I took a few photos of him playing with the pots before I filled them with the soil. We are going for a mostly organic indoor garden. The seeds are not organic but everything else is so I figure if I can keep it that way from here on out we'll pretty much have an organic garden.