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Vegetable Plant

Whether you're growing veggies indoors or in a backyard garden, this guide contains all the tips and tricks you'll need to help your vegetable plants thrive!

How to care for your Vegetable Plant

Use these instructions to care for a Vegetable Plant. This guide will tell you how to water a Vegetable Plant; its light, temperature, humidity preferences and any additional care it might need to help it grow.

Tomato Plant

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LIGHT

Your Tomato Plant will grow best in full sun, but will also do just fine indoors on a sunny windowsill, as long as it receives at least 6-8 hours of direct sun per day.

WATER

Do not allow the soil of your Tomato Plant to dry out completely. Water when the top 25% of soil is dry. During peak growth in the spring and summer, watering may be needed every day.

HUMIDITY

If kept indoors, mist a few times per week.

TEMPERATURE

Your Tomato Plant will do best in temperatures between 60-90 degrees.

FOOD

Feed your Tomato Plant with a fertilizer for garden plants 1-2 times a month during spring and summer.

TOXICITY

Pick your Tomatoes when they turn from green to red in color. They can also be picked when still green and left to ripen inside.

ADDITIONAL CARE

Tomatoes are non-toxic and edible. The stems and leaves are considered to be toxic in large amounts and should not be eaten.

Pepper Plant

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LIGHT

Your Pepper Plant will grow best in full sun, but will also do just fine indoors on a sunny windowsill, as long as it receives at least 6-8 hours of direct sun per day.

WATER

Do not allow the soil of your Pepper Plant to dry out completely. Water when the top 25% of soil is dry. During peak growth in the spring and summer, watering may be needed every day.

HUMIDITY

If kept indoors, mist a few times per week.

TEMPERATURE

Your Pepper Plant will do best in temperatures between 60-90 degrees.

FOOD

Feed your Pepper Plant with a fertilizer for garden plants 1-2 times a month during spring and summer.

TOXICITY

Peppers are non-toxic. However, they are meant to be eaten by humans and not pets.

ADDITIONAL CARE

Pick your Peppers when they begin turning yellow-green in color. Enjoy by themselves or add them to a variety of dishes.

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