Tonight I took some more photographs of the “VIP” (very important plants) that I’m growing in my bedroom. I look forward to planting these outdoors later this month.
Close-up Photograph of the pink Green Bean Flower
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Photographs of Pink Green Bean Flowers, Basil, and Smokey Bronze Fennel
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Photographs of the 2011 Indoor Germination Station
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I can truthfully say that I use the internet to grow my vegetables! For the last few years I’ve been using the passive heat from my cable modem & router to germinate my seeds. It’s pretty simple to do: find a leak-proof plastic container, throw in some dirt, add seeds of what you want to grow, add some (but not too much) water, and then place it on your cable modem or internet router. Seeds do not need light to grow, rather they need heat and moisture to germinate. By using the passive heat from the cable modem & router, I can grow just about anything…
This year I decided to scale up my efforts,
and added a couple lights and some reflective aluminum foil.
Within a month most seeds will sprout and will then be transplanted into larger containers outside…
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