Container Gardening for Beginners
If you’ve always wanted to grow your own food but are limited on space or even time, container gardening might be your answer.
Even if you’re an avid gardener, container gardening can be the answer to some of the most common problems in the garden, including keeping weeds, pests and diseases at bay. And you can grow a surprising amount of food in containers!
We personally grow lots of our food in containers for various reasons, including our strawberries, tomatoes, carrots, herbs and even potatoes and squashes in the past.
There are so many reasons why container gardening might be the right choice for you, (or why you might want to supplement your in-ground or raised bed garden with containers). And there are so many plants, containers and best practices to choose from and integrate into your garden, whether you’re a seasoned green thumb or you’re just starting out.
I talk about everything you need to know about container gardening in-depth in the following article, written as a guest post for Melissa K Norris at melissaknorris.com.
Click here for the full article and get growing (in containers) today!
>> Read More: Container Gardening for Beginners: Everything You Need to Know <<
You Might Also Like
Every year without fail, I wait until the last possible moment to harvest and preserve everything out of our garden, including my herbs. Sure, I harvest things throughout the season to eat or enjoy fresh, but when it comes to preserving (as with many other things),...
* This article contains affiliate links. For more information, please read my Affiliate Disclosure. I’ve never been a fan of radishes. As a kid, the only time I ever remember eating radishes was in salad. Always that flavourless garden salad made with...