Carrots are one of the easiest vegetables to grow indoors because keeping a steady level of moisture in the soil is easier to maintain. There are many varieties of carrots that may be grown indoors that can not be found in produce sections of local markets. All it takes is a 12-inch pot, soil, and a sunny window, and anyone will be well on the way to harvesting beautifully delicious carrots.
Green beans taste so much better when they are fresh rather than canned. And good news! You can grow your very own green beans at home. Just put them in a sunny window with moist soil. Green beans grow quickly so make sure you give them little sticks for stability and support.
Potatoes are easy to grow in large baskets, buckets, or even plastic sacks. Leave a little room at the top to add more compost as the plants start to develop.
Kale is surprisingly easy to grow indoors and even does well during the colder months. The trick is to sow the seeds a little farther apart to give the plants adequate room to grow.