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Vertical gardens are a great choice for anyone who wants to get as much fresh produce as they can out of a limited amount of space. Tall container gardens like these are also handy for those who prefer container gardening but have physical limitations. A vertical garden setup even saves time watering since you can fit dozens of plants in one pot!
There are plenty of benefits to vertical gardens, but which product should you choose? Here’s a quick comparison and rundown of the features of two different well-designed and popular products.
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Would you love to have a garden, but the thought of digging, weeding, bending, and working a plot sounds like a bit too much? A raised bed might be your perfect solution.
Here are 10 reasons to give raised bed gardening a try.
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So maybe you don’t have a good spot for a garden bed, or you’d just prefer to start small. But do know that container gardening has added challenges.
Previous failure at growing plants in pots does not necessarily mean you are bad at gardening, or that you wouldn’t be successful with a different, more fool-proof method like raised beds. In fact, much of the information in this post comes from my own trials, failures, and lessons with containers on the balcony of my first apartment. So don’t be afraid to try again or try a new method!
Here at my best tips to help your container garden succeed.
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Looking for a highly nutritious vegetable that is great for all growers, no matter how much space or growing experience you have?
Swiss chard is a versatile, pretty, and easy-to-grow vegetable that is a great option for beginners. It has great health value and can easily be grown in pots, even if sunlight is too limited for other veggies. Continue reading “Why You Should Plant Chard”
Bush beans are a tasty and productive addition to your garden, but the main downside is leaning down to pick them day after day. This DIY elevated planter from a recycled table is just one clever (and cheap) solution of many to solve that problem!
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