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Hydroponic

Hydroponic is a form of gardening that uses no soil, but instead grows plants in a solution of water and nutrients. Three systems are suitable for beginners: the wick system, the water culture system, and the ebb and flow system. More advanced systems include the nutrient film technique and the aeroponic system. The easiest plants to start with are greens like lettuce, spinach, Swiss chard, and kale; herbs like basil, parsley, oregano, cilantro, and mint; and fruiting plants like tomatoes, strawberries, and hot peppers.

The following vegetables can be grown in the period of time with hydroponic methods.

Vegetable# WeeksFlowers# weeksHerbs# Weeks
Artichoke10-12Ageratum6-8Basil6-8
Broccoli5-7Alyssum8-12Catnip8-12
Brussels Sprouts5-7Batchelor Button4-6Chamomile8-12
Cabbage5-7Calendula6-8Chervil6-8
Cantaloupe3-4Coleus12-14Chives12-14
Cauliflower5-7Dahlia4-6Coriander6-8
Celery7-12Daisy6-8Dill6-8
Chinese Cabbage5-7Fuchsia18-20Feverfew8-12
Collards5-7Godetia4-6Lemon Balm6-8
Cucumbers3-4Impatiens12-14Mint12-14
Eggplant6-8Lobelia12-14Oregano12-14
Kale4-6Marigold5-6Parsley12-14
Leeks10-12Nasturtium4-6Sage6-8
Lettuce5-7Nemesia6-8Savory6-8
Okra2-4Pansy12-14Thyme8-12
Onion10-12Petunia8-12
Pepper8-10Poppy12-14
Pumpkin2-4Snapdragon8-12
Spinach6-8Sweet Pea8-12
Squash3-4Zinnia5-6
Swiss Chard6-8
Tomato6-8
Watermelon5-7
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