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nicolekline97

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I was wondering if any of you grow greens in the cooler months inside to help supplement your rabbit's greens:) I just have basil that I bought indoors. I thought about growing dill and cilantro. Curious what has worked for any of you.

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I normally only grow basil and lemon balm, but I'm going to also grow lettuce, fodder, and cilantro this year. I don't have a good window for growing plants so I'm going to get lights; hopefully, they will work.
 

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I normally only grow basil and lemon balm, but I'm going to also grow lettuce, fodder, and cilantro this year. I don't have a good window for growing plants so I'm going to get lights; hopefully, they will work.
I want to get another type of basil, thyme, dill, cilantro and maybe lemon balm since you have done that inside.
 

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I had very bad luck trying to grow kale, turnip and even dandelion indoors last year. While the house is warm, the patio door location was probably too cool. I have kale coming up in the garden right now. Ill try to transplant to a bucket soon. I have some dandelion established in a bucket this summer that I will try to grow indoors.
 

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i currently have 2 lettuce plants and a celery plant indoors. i just started them last week but so far they are growing nicely. i cut off the bottoms of the lettuce heads and placed them in water. same for the celery.
 

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One of my bucket gardens laid fallow all summer long. Just this week all the plantain seeds I had tried to grow last winter decided to sprout. I'll have some decent wild fodder for the winter this year!
 
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