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Vegetables In Containers Gardening

Growing vegetables in containers is an easy way to experience the flavor and freshness of home-grown vegetables. Here's a little-known secret: Most .
Which Containers To Use for Your Vegetables. Beans, snap. Container: 5-gallon window box. Broccoli. Container: 1 plant/5 gallon pot, 3 plants/15-gallon tub. Carrots. Container: 5-gallon window box at least 12 inches deep. Cucumbers. Container: 1 plant/1-gallon pot. Eggplant. Container: 5-gallon pot. Lettuce. Onions..
Suitable for. The following vegetables lend themselves well to container cultivation: Beetroot, Broad beans, Carrots, Dwarf French beans, Herbs, Peas, Potatoes, Radishes, Rocket, Runner beans, Chillies & Peppers, Salad leaves, Salad onions, Salad turnips, Tomatoes.
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