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Gardening In Pots And Containers

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Gardening In Pots And Containers

Peppers like pots at least 16 inches in diameter. In a pinch, most will still grow in a 5-gallon or larger container. Plants that grow tall or produce vines—like tomatoes and cucumbers—will be more productive if grown up a support in a vegetable container garden.
Containers are generally low-maintenance. Beans, snap. Container: 5-gallon window box. Broccoli. Container: 1 plant/5 gallon pot, 3 plants/15-gallon tub. Carrots. Container: 5-gallon window box at least 12 inches deep. Cucumbers. Container: 1 plant/1-gallon pot. Eggplant. Container: 5-gallon pot. Lettuce. Onions..
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