Want to grow your own food but don’t have much time, space and energy to do it? Not a problem! You can actually grow food for a whole year just by using a single container.
Yes, you read it right—a single container where you can plant different vegetables for every season, all throughout the year.
Tomatoes, lettuce, and broad beans are the best starters for this single-container growing method.
If you’re interested in this very efficient technique, then check out the following tips:
- Use a big pot that’s 45 cm in depth and width. Make sure it has enough drainage holes.
- Get some high-quality soil and compost for your plants’ health and development.
- Organic liquid fertilizer is a must for additional nutrients since your plants can only get the nutrients in the soil. Just remember to fertilize once or twice a week.
- Use any sturdy sticks if you’re growing crops vertically.
- Always remember to remove and replace old crops before planting a new crop.
- When replacing your old crops, water your plants carefully and remove the roots.
To learn more about this one-container growing process, simply refer to Pounds to Pocket’s helpful chart below. Don’t forget to share this blog post with your gardening friends on Facebook, Pinterest, and Twitter!
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