Hydroponics Store Minneapolis MN - Hydroponic Supplies for Minneapolis, St Paul
Interior Gardens is dedicated to your year-round gardening by specializing in hydroponics, organic and eco-friendly products. Enjoy a large selection of indoor grow lights and supplies for your all-season indoor gardening needs, plus a wide range of organic and natural supplies for your outdoor garden. We carry top-quality products for the traditional gardeners including organic soil, soil enrichments, tools and fertilizers.
At Interior Gardens, we carry the largest selection of indoor hydroponic systems. One of the best hydroponic systems is AeroFlo2 by General Hydroponics. The legendary growth and yield are hallmarks of the AeroFlo2 line. These systems come complete with everything needed to start growing - Flora Series nutrients, Hydroton, net cups, coco cup liners, and a pump. Your indoor plants' roots grow in the moist air space between the net cups and hang in a shallow, constantly circulating bath of super-oxygenated nutrient solution. Controlling the depth of nutrient solution in the growing chamber maximizes moisture supplied to seedlings and cuttings and increases aeration to the roots of mature plants. The results are larger yields, stronger and more resistant plants.
What is hydroponics? A hydroponic garden has plants growing in mineral /nutrient substrate and water instead of soil.
Isn't a growing a hydroponic garden difficult? Actually growing a hydroponic garden requires less maintenance than a traditional garden. The part that requires the most effort is setting up and fine tuning your solution, and familiarizing yourself with the hydroponic method. There are many starter kits available to get beginners started.
I live in an apartment? Can I grow a hydroponic garden? Absolutely. A plant can be grown hydroponically in a mason jar.
Are all hydroponic plants grown suspended in water? No - The main ways of cultivating plants hydroponically are through a liquid nutrient enriched solution (water) culture (instead of soil) or a solid medium culture. The solid medium method has a solid base for the plants to grow in and is usually called whatever the chosen culture or substrate, i.e., gravel culture. In aeroponic gardening the plants have no substrate; instead the roots are suspended in the air and misted with needed nutrients.