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Plant these vegetables at home before Diwali, there will be no need to buy in winter.

Kitchen Gardening Tips: You can grow vegetables at home during the winter season and use them, let us know.

If you are also fond of kitchen gardening then this news is going to be useful for you. Here we will tell you how you can grow vegetables inside your house and use them in winter. With this you will not need to buy vegetables from the market.  

It is best to plant tomatoes in October. Tomatoes are added to vegetables, chutneys or salads. Loamy soil is also good for tomatoes. Tomato starts bearing fruits in a few days. Broccoli or green cabbage is rich in iron and calcium. You can plant broccoli plants in the terrace or garden in October. Broccoli plant needs a sufficiently sunny place with dry soil.

The demand for carrots used for salads increases significantly in winter, so this month is a better time to plant carrots in the terrace garden or home garden. Carrot plants need a sufficiently sunny spot with dry soil, so choose a spot in your garden that gets more than six hours of sunlight. Carrots can be grown there and used.

Radish and green chilli are also good options

You can grow radish in the garden in October. To plant it, its seeds will have to be scattered on the soil of the pot, then a little fertilizer will have to be mixed in it. After that, it is necessary to sprinkle water from time to time to maintain adequate moisture in the soil. Green chillies, which add spiciness to food, are very good for taste and health. Green chilli plants can be easily grown at home in October. Loamy soil is best. Your plant will start bearing fruits in a few days.

Gagan Tripathi is a distinguished expert in the field of succulents and cacti. With a profound passion for these unique plants, he has cultivated an in-depth understanding of their growth, care, and propagation. Gagan's expertise is widely recognized in the succulent community, where he generously shares his knowledge through workshops, online forums, and social media. His dedication to promoting sustainable practices and fostering a love for succulents and cacti has made him a valuable resource for enthusiasts and beginners alike. Gagan Tripathi's commitment to these fascinating plants has left an enduring mark in the world of succulent gardening.

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