Growing of plants and useful grasses
Sowing seeds is best in plasticContainers or pallets. Wooden boxes do not need to be used: sooner or later they start to leak. The soil can be bought, but if you want, make it yourself from equal parts of river sand, sawdust, peat and earth. As a drainage, use claydite. It is very important that tender shoots receive enough light: buy bright lamps and install them next to the seedlings.
Parsley and company
Onions, as well as parsley and dill, are unpretentious toLighting - you can do without additional lamps. To grow plants and useful herbs is not at all difficult: lower the bulb into a jar with the warm water that has stood up (it is better to scald the head with boiling water beforehand).
Appear green arrow shoot, and when the bulb frowns, throw it and replace the other.
Onions can be planted (or sown by seeds) in anyA container filled with earth and watered as necessary. You can also plant celery, beetroot, plant cloves of garlic and then use their young, tender leaves and feathers for food. Cultivation of plants and useful herbs is considered useful for your figure - nagging, bending over the ground, you, thereby doing exercises.
Dill is resistant To the cold and unpretentious in the care. The ground for its sowing is peaty. Already 40 days after sowing, the spicy grass is ready for use. Parsley, before sowing, you must leave it for a day in a vessel with water, so that the essential oils contained in the seeds volatilize: they interfere with a rapid shoot. Seeds are sown in soft soil to a depth of 0.5 cm. Before emergence, containers with seedlings should be in a dark place. Parsley loves moisture - water it every day. And after the emergence of germination prodred. For better growth after you cut off the first crop, feed the parsley with mineral fertilizers.
Celery (and parsley too) can be plantedRoot crops. Lay them a little bit with a slope, falling asleep with a 2 - 3-centimeter layer of soil. Roots of these plants are large, and if you plant them vertically, you will need huge pots and a lot of land: more costs, and the result is the same.
Celery seeds Usually sown in January - February. This plant loves fertile soil and light: on brightly lit windowsills one branch will give up to 100 juicy leaves. Cultivation of plants and useful herbs is necessary in order to then later marinade with these vitamins throughout the winter.
It is not at all difficult to grow a watercress. This is a tasty and useful plant. Seedlings appear already on the 5th day after sowing. If you do not want to mess around with the earth, take a napkin, flannel or gauze, put it on a plate, wet the cloth and "sow" there the watercress. Put the plate in a dark place. As soon as the sprouts appear, transfer it to the windowsill. The plants are sprayed daily with water and turn the plate clockwise so that the salad does not "stretch" in one direction.
Cress salad can be sown together with turnips and mustard. In order to create a "green conveyor", sow seeds every two weeks.
Basil sown with seeds, sprouts very muchLong and slow, it is better to plant it in a pot already with seedlings. Marjoram is grown at home without much effort: sown in moist soil, it will sprout in a couple of weeks. Borago (cucumber grass) very well feels on the windowsill. She is not demanding of the light and easy to care for. Seedlings appear on the 8th day after sowing. To taste this plant reminds a cucumber.
Before the heat comes you can grow at homeanything. But do not expect that the greenery on the windowsill will reach the same dimensions as in the garden: at home it will not happen. After all, the process is important to us! With good care, the harvest will not take long. But even if the first time you do not work, the desire to grow your bunch of greenery, perhaps, turn you into an avid gardener.
To eat useful sprouted grains,Put them at home yourself! For this purpose, seeds of basil, oats, wheat, beet, onion, sunflower, cabbage, radish are suitable. The germination process lasts no more than 8 days - depending on the culture. Take a wide glass or a deep dish and fill in a third with seeds. Pour warm water and put it in a dark place. Do not forget to rinse seeds with water several times a day and drain it. And as soon as the sprouts appear, put the container on the windowsill.