PostHeaderIcon How to Grow Vegetables in Containers

With the world facing food shortage in the future and news of food scares popping out every now and then, it is no wonder more people are now exploring the possibility of growing their own food. A common misconception is that vegetable growing is only for those with gardens or backyards. I call this an urban myth. It is possible to plant your own vegetables even if you live in an apartment. Just do container gardening, if you’re limited by space.

If you are new to container gardening, you probably might have asked some of these questions before:

  • Which type of vegetables are suitable to be grown in containers?
  • What kind of containers should I use?
  • Where should I place the containers?
  • How do I go about planting the vegetables in the container?
  • How often should I water my vegetable plants?

Of course, these are not the only questions. Mastering the art of gardening takes time and it is the journey of learning that makes gardening an enriching hobby.

There are many types of vegetables suitable for container gardening. These include green onions, eggplant, squash, cucumbers, green beans and tomatoes.  Container vegetable gardening can be made easy for beginners if you have the know-how. Discover how you can get started in planting your own vegetables and be on your way to enjoying a good harvest, right from your balcony. Click here to learn more about container vegetable gardening.

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