If you’ve pursued hydroponic gardening before, you may be familiar with indoor gardens. These gardens are uniquely efficient, expedite growth, and can be extremely healthy for plants. Here are a few key differences in how the indoor setting impacts their growth.

 

What is hydroponic gardening?

 

Hydroponics is a route for growing plants without soil. While it may sound extremely scientific and difficult to understand, the process is very simple. First, oxygen and water need to be made readily available in the system, as well as nutrients to give the plants daily growth. The format of hydroponic growth has high success rates with nutrient-rich water. This completely replaces the role of soil, and targets the plant’s needs more readily. While this is a well-tested and successfully driven method, certain plants benefit more than others.

 

Which plants benefit most from hydroponics?

 

Several greens that you can add to your cooking palette are successful with hydroponics. Spinach and strawberries are often successful, which do though require a bit more of experience and intensive care. Herbs are a great foundation piece. Once you’ve got herbs down to a science, which is relatively simple, other pursuits can easily follow.

 

How long does it take to begin production?

 

For the plants to begin producing, the systems must all be in place. This requires a bit more work on your end, as well as time and preparation with the area. To get the best results, it’s recommended to get professional assistance.

 

We know how much work it takes to get a hydroponic garden running well, and we’re here to help. Give us a call today to get started on your next project, and we can provide professional consultation. In this consultation, we’ll evaluate your goals, how you’re pursuing production, and what we can do to help. We’re really looking forward to hearing from you!