Winter weather doesn’t have to mean then end of harvesting fresh vegetables. You could always garden undercover, outdoors. Or you could try your hand at growing food indoors. Yes, it is possible to grow vegetables inside during the cold months or just because you lack outdoor space. The biggest challenges of growing edibles indoors are low light and a lack of pollinating insects and wind. However on the positive side, you can control water, soil, and fertility. Unfortunately pests and diseases may follow you indoors, but since the plants are right under your nose, you should be able to stop problems before they become major headaches. How can you grow tasty harvest indoors? Go to gardening.about.com to find out.