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Herb Gardening

Families design and build a year-round herb garden small enough to fit on a small patio or balcony that will also be easily taken apart and moved inside as the weather changes.

How to Plant Garlic in Containers

Growing garlic is easy and doesn t require a lot of space This post demonstrates how simple it is to grow garlic in a container

5 Best Container Vegetables for Beginning Gardeners

Container vegetables are perfect for beginning gardeners! Learn the 5 best vegetables to grow in containers, best varieties, planting instructions, and more.

21 Best Container Gardening Vegetables and Pot Friendly Fruits

If you want to find the best container gardening vegetables to grow in your new garden, then check out our list of the top 21 vegetables for pots and tubs.

6 ways to grow more tomatoes in containers

Tomatoes are the perfect crop for small spaces: rewarding, productive and delicious. Few people know more about growing tomatoes in containers than Nick Chenhall, tomato enthusiast and the man behind the excellent Tomato Growing website. In the video below, Nick shares his six top tips to get a big crop of tasty tomatoes. Watch the video …

How to Grow Bushy Basil to Harvest All Summer Long ~ Homestead and Chill

Basil is an easy-to-grow, versatile, delicious, warm-weather annual herb that should be included in every summer garden! Read along to learn how to grow basil, including tips for harvesting that will create full, prolific basil plants to enjoy all season long.

Growing Vegetables In Pots | Starting A Container Vegetable Garden

Growing vegetables in pots is an excellent idea if you have a limited space, starting your own container vegetable garden gives you a chance to produce a bountiful harvest of edibles that are freshest and tastiest!

How To Grow Spinach In Your Garden

If you’re short on garden space but committed to eating a healthy, balanced diet and would like to take part in growing your own produce, container gardening is the answer. Almost anything that grows in a garden can be grown in a container. Growing spinach in containers is an easy, nutrient-rich, fast-growing crop to start …

15 Foods You Can Grow In Buckets Year-Round - Homestead Survival Site

You might be surprised at all the foods that you can grow in your home or on your balcony, porch, or patio. Here are some best foods to grow in buckets.

How to Grow Unlimited Cucumbers In Pots At Home - Even If You Don’t Have A Garden

You’ll taste the difference in your salads when you add home-grown cucumbers to the mix! Here’s how to grow them in a convenient pot.

10 awesome tips to grow watermelon in a container

Great tips for successfully growing watermelons in containers! Store-bought fruit cannot compete with the taste of home grown.

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12 Best Fruits and Berries for Patio Containers | Empress of Dirt

Just about any fruit tree or soft fruit including berries can grow in containers if you start with the right plants and growing conditions. Dwarf apple, peach, and plum trees are just a few options. Blueberries, strawberries, and currants also do well. Browse the list of suggestions and what to look for to make the best choices for your growing space.

How to Grow Great Green Beans in Containers

Pound for pound green beans are a nutritious, productive, and easy-to-grow crop. Beans adapt well to containers, so you can enjoy their crisp snap and tender taste even if you don’t have a plot of land.

13 Fast Growing Vegetables For Containers

If you get little impatient when growing vegetables-- Must see this list of Fast Growing Vegetables. Most of these fast growing container vegetables can be harvested in 2 months or even quicker.

How to Grow Great Green Beans in Containers

Pound for pound green beans are a nutritious, productive, and easy-to-grow crop. Beans adapt well to containers, so you can enjoy their crisp snap and tender taste even if you don’t have a plot of land.