My first vegetable garden with easy to grow vegetables and seeds! I used kitchen scraps to grow a little fruit and vegetable container garden since I don’t have much space in New York City, let alone a yard to plant in, but luckily I can do some balcony gardening using planters during the summer in the city. Indoor garden with me as I show you how I germinate seeds (accidentally), how I root divide my plant into multiple pots, and how I fertilize my fruit and vegetable seedlings and plants! I am a produce garden beginner, but I managed to get sprouts on my butternut squash seeds and sweet potato tubers. These were super fast growing vegetables too.

I don’t think I can get a harvest but fingers crossed I do and I can start growing food at home. I am just excited I got new plants to grow my first time trying and basically without trying. Let me know if you have any indoor gardening tips or advice for me, I need it. I hope you all are proud of me!

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