If you have limited space outdoors to grow a selection of plants then you can consider indoor growing. Indoor growing enables you to grow a variety of plants, including fruit, vegetables and herbs. Growing your plants in containers or plastic bags will enable you to move them indoors so that you can extend the growing season. With the right amount of time and care, growing plants indoors can be rewarding, particularly if you opt for a variety of interesting plants. Desert type plants such as cacti or tropical plants are ideal for indoor growing, as they will thrive in the warmth of your home. Tropical plants are ideal for those wishing to opt for something that will brighten up their home, even during winter. Those wishing to enjoy the benefits of growing their plants indoors may wish to consider growing a selection of herbs and vegetables. Herbs are easy to grow and offer a number of health benefits. If grown successfully indoors, herbs can be added to a wide range of dishes to help improve flavour. If you are struggling for space indoors, then you can grow a small selection of plants on your kitchen counter. This is an ideal location for growing herbs and vegetables as they will have plenty of access to sunlight. You can even add extra lighting to help them thrive. Growing your plants indoors will keep them free from pests, severe weather conditions and other risks such as diseases. The extra protection means that you can easily grow a variety of plants such as tulips, crocuses and even daffodils. This enables you to enjoy a variety of colourful plants, even during the darker months. With just the right amount of care and attention, these types of plants are sure to thrive. If you have limited space both outdoors and indoors, then consider growing your plants in a set of cold frames or in a vinehouse. These are structures that are designed to fit smaller gardens and will give you the freedom of growing your favourite plants without having to worry about space. Cold frames offer extra protection for your plants and will easily fit onto a patio or inside a conservatory, providing you with plenty of convenience. Cold frames and vinehouses are available in a wide selection of sizes, enabling you to easily find something that will fit your garden perfectly.