Friday, January 23, 2009
What Grows Best in Containers
If you are thinking about growing vegetables in your garden planters and pots, here are a few examples of what would be an easy start. Garlic, leeks and shallots make great container plants. They have very few insect and disease problems, have shallow roots and take up very litle space. When you are going over your seed catalogs, have a look for the best varieties. Remember, like all container gardening, ensure that you have sufficient holes in the bottom for improved drainage.