Since radishes do not need lots of sunlight to grow, they are the perfect indoor crop. However, they do require a lot of soil, so make sure to plant them in a deep container.

Radishes also need the soil to be moisture-rich with good drainage. This means that your plants should never sit in water, but they do delight in adequate moisture so that their roots can grow plump. Make sure to supply your indoor crops with a generous measure of organic materials too.

2. Herbs


Potatoes can be grown indoors, but you will need a larger space and should allow more light as the plants get bigger. You can grow them in planters by a sunny window or door. LED grow lights are also a great option if you are not able to let sufficient amount of sunlight in.

When it comes to the pot, you need to grow your indoor potatoes in a very deep, wide planter. Nutrient-rich soil is also essential, filling the pot up approximately one-third of the way to ensure proper growth.

4. Leafy greens


Although huge carrots seldom come out of indoor planting, you will be able to enjoy a crop all year round. This vegetable needs less space and can mature quickly.

To grow carrots indoors, a deep container is a must and make sure to place your plants in a sunny spot or under growing lights. Since you’ll be seeding multiple plants, a long container, such as a window box, is ideal too.

6. Tomatoes


Similar to tomatoes, you can start strawberry crops indoors. However, you will need to move them outside once they have fully grown, as they require lots of sunlight. You can also invest in grow lights if you want to succeed in growing strawberries inside the house.

They are best planted in a 6-inch pot with general-purpose compost. A less crowded pot will probably result in more strawberries too.

8. Peppers


The easiest way to grow mushrooms indoors is to invest in a mushroom kit. Rather than soil, mushroom spores rely on substances like sawdust, grain, straw, or wood chips for nourishment. Spores combined with these nutrient sources is called spawn.

Unlike most of the indoor crops mentioned above, mushrooms grow well in dark, cool, and humid growing environments. If you have a basement at home, it can be an ideal location, but a spot under the sink can likewise work.

You can now begin growing indoor crops and enjoy a steady supply of fruits and vegetables to add on your daily meals! If you want to create a better growing environment for various plants all year round, on the other hand, a high-quality greenhouse is a worthy investment. Garden Buildings Direct offers great designs to choose from — whether you want to grow a few plants or harvest on a large scale.