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Pot Grown Veggies



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Vegetables that take up little space, such as radishes, carrots and lettuce, or crops that bear fruit over long periods, like tomatoes and peppers, are best suited to containers.

Other good options include cucumbers, onions, eggplant and squash. Staking might be needed for tall or vineing plants like tomatoes and cucumbers.  Be sure to provide adequate drainage and quality pottery soil.
 
If you like this stacked look, use our Terracotta Italian imported low bowl garden planters.  Each pot is imported directly from our supplier in Italy.  Made of the finest terracotta clay, the beauty of these planter is hard to beat.  Each pot comes with a drain hole.

Click here to see this pot...
 
Read more.....Planting a potted rock garden.
Read more.....Watering your garden containers.


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