Montana will have indoor gardens, according to 2021 trends

Montana will have indoor gardens, according to 2021 trends

We are only a few weeks into the winter, and for those of us who are not big fans of Arctic cold, cold winds and long, dark nights, this time of year can honestly be a bit depressing. For many Montanans, this is the time of year when we begin to plan for spring gardening. Browsing online seed catalogs and printing your garden plot can be beneficial in combating the winter swallow when we dream of sunshine and greenery. However, you do not have to wait until the last frost of spring to get started.

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Indoor gardening was the most sought after 2021 trend in Montana.

Tulip bulb company Brecks analyzed Google Trends search data across 38 different horticultural categories to determine the most popular gardening trends around the United States. In Montana, we are looking for indoor gardening.

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The investigation did not clarify exactly what we want to grow indoors.

When the pandemic first hit the United States, tons of people decided they wanted to have. Concerns about lack of food, a desire to become more self-reliant and plenty of extra time while “working from home” made many people pursue gardening for the first time. Our short growing season can be challenging, and it makes sense that Montanan’s is interested in expanding our season with a greenhouse or other indoor lineups.

Breck’s Google Trends analysis did not reveal what type of products Montanans were curious about growing indoors, though one might speculate marijuana as a top indoor crop. Especially now that it is legal to grow your own.

It does not take long before we can get our fingers in the ground again.

If you would like to try your hand at indoor gardening, I would recommend a visit to a reputable local growth store. While many turn to marijuana growers, they can also help with “normal” gardening. Maybe you want fresh herbs or tomatoes all year round, or maybe you want to get started early with seedlings. A growth store can help with proper lighting, ventilation and fertilizer needs. See what all 50 states are looking for in garden trends HERE.

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