Growing Vegetables in Pots
If you haven't room for a vegetable patch or time for an allotment, try growing vegetables, salad and fruits in containers. Cram them in around your garden or…
Is your garden too tiny to hold a big zucchini plant, but you long for homegrown summer squash? Never fear, Gardener’s Path will show you how to grow and care for zucchini in containers, so you can enjoy homegrown harvests without using a ton of space. Read more now. #smallspacegardening #zucchini #gardenerspath
Keep the flavors of summer close at hand with a tomato container garden filled with fresh basil and flowers. Start out strong with good soil, proper support and a plan for the summer #vegetablegarden #containergardening #tomatogarden #growtomatoes #tomatobasil
You don't need a garden (or an allotment) to grow decent vegetables. Crops in pots can be grown up steps, on balconies, in driveways – anywhere, in fact, where a pot will fit and where you can water and feed it without putting on crampons and a harness. You need biggish pots though, otherwise they dry out too quickly and roots run out of space. Look for cheap plastic pots (they don't dry out as fast as terracotta), not less than 35cm across.