Patio Vegetable Gardening
- ✔ SIZE: 48''(L) x 36''(W) x 12''(H), holds about 11 cubic feet soil, provide ample growing space to raise vegetables, herbs , flowers and plants
- ✔ DURABLE: Made of stable thickened galvanized metal, frame it all construction with anti-rusty coating for long-time use
No room for vegetables? Pot up your plantsMarch 11, 2018 - Phys.Org
Ten-inch pots are good for green onions, parsley and herbs. For plants with larger root systems, such as tomatoes, peppers and eggplant, five-gallon containers are best. No matter what container type is used, adequate drainage is a must, Edmunds...
Tomato plants comes in a variety of sizesMarch 9, 2018 - Palm Beach Post
The dwarf plants grow to around 4 feet tall and can be grown in a 5-gallon pot or bucket. Of course, they will not grow as many fruit as a 15-foot-tall monster, but there will be more than if you were to not grow any at all. They are not just for...
How to Grow an Easy Patio Apartment Container Garden for Beginners
John from http://www.growingyourgreens.com/ shows you from start to finish how easy it is to grow a patio container edible garden for your apartment or condo if you have a balcony or small...
Container Garden Prep - Soil Planting Square Foot Gardening Patio
Preparing the deck patio container garden and showing where i get the plastic tubs. They are extra heavy duty thick plastic and are food grade safe BPA free. Square foot gardening pot raised...
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The Vegetable Gardener's Container BibleStorey Publishing. 2011
Harvest tomatoes on a patio, produce a pumpkin in a planter, and grow broccoli on a balcony! Best-selling author Ed Smith shows you everything you need to know to successfully create and care for an edible container garden, from choosing the right plants and selecting appropriate containers through controlling pests without chemicals and harvesting fresh vegetables. You’ll discover that container gardening is an easy and fun way to enjoy summer’s bounty in even the smallest of growing spaces.
The Edible BalconyRodale. 2012
You don't need a sprawling backyard or spacious raised beds to grow delicious fruits, vegetables, and herbs of your own. In The Edible Balcony, longtime urban gardener Alex Mitchell shows how to transform whatever space you have, from a balcony or rooftop to a fire escape or window box, into a profusion of fresh, seasonal produce. While raising your own produce is eco-friendly in itself, you'll learn how to plant, grow, and water as sustainably as possible to ensure your edible Eden remains green and productive all year long. Plus, with a collection of innovative, step-by-step projects for designing colorful pots and plant supports with recycled containers and other household paraphernalia, you'll double your eco-friendliness, avoid hours of shopping, and be able to infuse your space...