1 Container, 10 Crops. How To Grow Food in a Container Year-Round.

Posted on Feb 13 2016 - 7:03pm by UOG


Even if you’re short on space, or gardening in urban areas, you can still grow some of your own food and enjoy a year-round garden.  Container gardening can be very productive as long as you maximize your containers potential.  As long as you have one large pot, (we suggest 18″ or larger in diameter) you can grow “10 different crops in a single year if you combine compatible plants and plan the growing year carefully.” -source “Telegraph.uk.co

To Get Started, You will need:

• 1 large pot – a rubber tub bin is ideal or any plastic pot at least 45cm diameter

• Household drill and drill bit if no drainage holes

• Multipurpose, organic, peat-free compost

• A wigwam support made from bamboo canes or any strong flexible sticks such as willow

Click here to read the rest of the article on how to grow 10 different crops in one container! 

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