Growing microgreen plants indoors on windowsills is a common practice, especially in smaller houses or urban regions where access to outside gardening space may be limited. A satisfying and enjoyable hobby, growing microgreen plants indoors can also assist to purify the air within your home and add a touch of nature.
You'll need a sunny windowsill with lots of natural light to start microgreens gardening. Choose a location that receives direct sunshine for a few hours each day as most plants need at least six hours of sunlight per day.\
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Microgreens such as kale, romaine lettuce, pea shoots, and spinach serve as excellent food options for bearded dragons. These microgreens are abundant in vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants, making them a valuable and nourishing complement to a bearded dragon's dietary intake.