by J. D. Heyes, Natural News
For many who love warmth and the outdoors, summer can, by far, be their favorite season. With summer, too, comes growing seasons, and gardeners who love to produce fresh fruit and vegetables for themselves, their families and their friends.
Still, while June, July and August might consist of the year’s prime growing season in most of the country, being outside during that time of year isn’t for everyone; summer heat and humidity can certainly make gardening quite a challenge, especially if you’re predisposed with certain medical conditions.
So, what’s the answer if you like to garden? With a little bit of advanced planning and preparation, you can turn part of the inside of your home into a gardening area, one that will serve as “a tropical wonderland in winter,” according to the Live Love Fruit website.
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