Aside from space and weather issues, gardening indoors allows you to control your plants' environment. You determine how much light, water, shade and food they receive. Thus plants grow in special environments that will last longer than one season.
When figuring out where to place your plants, you should look for an open space that receives indirect sunlight, as many plants will burn from direct light. Position your plants where you will be able to install growing lights overhead if there is no space in your house that is naturally lit. In addition, put your garden in a low traffic area, as too much commotion can disturb the plants' environment. The best places in your home for indoor gardens are unused closets and basements, as you can easily control their temperatures and humidly.
If you have a naturally lit area, you won't have to do much garden prepping; however, if you need to boost the light quotient, then you should:
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