Grow vegetables in pots with a few vegetable growing tips! It isn’t hard to grow vegetables in pots, and this guide will make the process even easier!
Tomatoes are a great plant to grow in pots! Just make sure your pot is large enough.. Also, use small wire cages or stakes to support the types of tomatoes that like to produce their crop all at once.
Sweet peppers thrive really well in pots so if you love adding them to your favorite foods, you can grow them easily even without a garden space. Just make sure you use the right size pot because that is really important for peppers.
Cucumbers are very easy to grow in containers and you can keep them growing all winter long in most cases. For the best results, you will want to grow them vertically to make sure you have enough space in your pots to keep them growing.
Kale is great for container gardening because Kale really doesn’t need much space to grow. You can grow about five kale plants in a 20 inch pot! That’s pretty impressive.
Beets prefer to grow undisturbed so choose the right sized pot before you plant them. The best part is they grow fairly well in any condition so you should have no problem getting enough for a great harvest!
Zucchini and summer squash (or really any type of squash for that matter) grow really well in containers! Squash will actually grow just about anywhere you plant it, so if you grow it in a pot you can’t go wrong.
Radishes are a recommended vegetable for first time gardeners because they grow so well. Short, red radishes are especially good because they can be grown in just about any pot you have.
When growing spinach, you will want one 8 inch pot for each spinach plant you have. The most important thing to remember about spinach is you will want to make sure it avoids direct sunlight when you grow it.
Eggplant has colorful fruits and attractive foliage so the taste great and they look nice as they grow too! You’ll want to make sure you have a pot that is at least 5 inches deep as you grow it so that it doesn’t get over crowded.
Choose a deep pot for carrots with long roots or a shallow pot if the roots are short. Carrots are fairly easy to grow in pots you just want to make sure the soil doesn’t dry out, while also making sure not to over water them.