Growing Edibles in Containers
All about exploring ways to grow vegetables, herbs, and fruit in containers, pots, window boxes, and other creative ways to grow crops in pots.
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Container vegetable gardening is an exciting and rewarding way to grow your vegetables, herbs, and other plants. However, container gardens require a few special techniques for success, and this article will provide step-by-step instructions on how to get started.
Do you want to grow food, but don't have the space? So many vegetables are suitable for growing in containers. Read on to learn the best edibles for growing in pots and how to plant a container vegetable garden.
A container garden is a great way to utilize small spaces such as balconies, patios, and porches to grow food. Once planted, all you need to do is water and harvest. Have fresh harvests at your fingertips this summer by planting vegetables in pots. Visit to learn how to grow a container vegetable garden.
Grow a container vegetable garden using self-watering planters. Self-watering containers are an enclosed growing system with a growing section and water chamber. Water is wicked as needed and delivered directly to the plant's roots. Visit to learn how to make a self-watering planter out of a common storage tote.
Homegrown potatoes are delicious. If you don't have enough room in your vegetable garden to plant potatoes, you can grow potatoes in containers. Visit to learn the varieties of potatoes that grow well in containers, plus tips for growing potatoes in pots, grow bags, potato towers, garbage cans, buckets, and other containers.
Chives have a mild onion flavor that pairs well with so many meals. Chives are a great herb to grow in containers indoors or out. Visit to see how to divide and pot up chive plants.
If you don’t have the room in your garden to plant potatoes or even if you have no garden at all, you can grow potatoes in containers. Here are some tips for growing potatoes in pots, grow bags, and buckets.
Basil is an interesting herb and has many different flavor profiles that range from sweet to spicy. Use these tips for growing basil and get ready for a fresh and colorful harvest of this wonderful culinary herb.
10 tips for growing herbs in containers. I love keeping containers with herbs on my porch so they are as close to the kitchen as possible. Let me share with you 10 tips for growing better herbs in containers. #herbgarden #containerherbgarden #growingherbs #gardening
A single rosemary herb plant can provide numerous cuttings without risking the health of the plant. Visit to see how to clone rosemary and grow new plants.
You don’t have to devote precious garden space to grow potatoes. Consider trying to grow potatoes in pots, grow bags, buckets, or other containers. Visit to see how.
Thyme is a low-growing, woody perennial herb grown for garden beauty and culinary uses. Use these tips to grow thyme in your garden so you can enjoy this beautiful and versatile herb.
If you enjoy growing food indoors, microgreens are a very rewarding crop to sow. They are easy to grow, and provide a quick harvest of nutrient dense greens that add a fresh burst of flavor to meals. Visit to learn how to grow your own microgreens.
Grow your own ginger in any climate either indoors or outdoors and harvest fresh ginger forever from the same pot!
There are so many creative ways to grow potatoes in containers. Visit to learn more about the basics of growing potatoes in containers.
Fresh Rosemary is one of the most flavorful and fragrant herbs! Visit to see how to take cuttings and grow new rosemary plants.
Grow an indoor herb garden to provide fresh herbs at your fingertips. Visit to learn how to grow five cool tolerant herbs on a sunny windowsill this winter.
Microgreens are young edible vegetables and herbs harvested within weeks of sprouting. The tender greens are very flavorful and nutrient dense. Visit for tips and discover how easy it is to grow microgreens indoors so you can have a continual harvest of fresh, healthy greens all year long.
Self-watering planters are ideal for herb gardens and vegetable gardens! The container provides an enclosed growing system that offers a consistent water supply to your plants. See how you can make your own self-watering planter out of a storage tote.
Basil is a tender annual herb that is easy to grow indoors on a sunny windowsill, outside in the garden, or in containers on your patio. Learn how to grow basil indoors, outdoors, and in containers with these tips.
Pots that are too small, have improper drainage, or are not weather safe will quickly cause the demise of the plants within. The secret to creating the perfect container garden is to create a healthy environment for plants contained in a pot. To do this we need to look at the soil, drainage, water needs, fertilizer, and the pot itself.#gardentherapy #containergarden #gardeningtips #gardentips