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[1 Mar 2010 | No Comment | ]
Container Gardening Part 4

This is the last part of the 4 part series. We are going to discuss insects, diseases, sunlight and the best part, harvesting your vegetables!
Insects and Diseases
Vegetables grown in containers will be just as likely to get diseases and insect problems as vegetables grown in gardens. You should check your vegetables periodically for harmful insects and diseases. You can now by organic pesticides and herbicides at any local garden center. Follow the instructions on the product labels.
Sunlight
All vegetables are going to require sunlight. Some will require more than others, and …

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[22 Feb 2010 | No Comment | ]
Container Gardening Part 1

Container vegetable gardening, how do we get started?
What is exactly container gardening? It can be traced back as far as the 600’s B.C. to Babylonia where they had gardens hanging off stone columns. Then later in the 300’s A.D. to Greece. They had container gardens on top of their homes in brick containers. Today we put them in almost anything.
If your vegetable gardening space is limited this could be a great choice for you. A window sill, a patio, a balcony or even a door step can work. If you …

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[23 Jan 2010 | 4 Comments | ]
Container Gardening Secrets To Growing Tomatoes In Containers

Do you have  limited gardening space? If you enjoy home gardening and would like to grow tomatoes, consider growing them in containers.
Tomatoes can be grown anywhere, as long as there is sunlight. Growing tomatoes in containers is a practice which isn’t only for limited gardening space. Plenty of home gardeners are growing their vegetables in containers, even if there is free space in their backyard. There are many reasons for container gardening, but we grow tomatoes in containers mostly for convenience, control, and flexibility.
Growing tomatoes in containers is not too different from …