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Potting tables with cedar framing are among the ultimate delights for gardeners. These make container planting a breeze with a waist-high work surface and drawer storage. Spacious deck accommodates gardening tools and plants so you can make the most of your area. Slatted backsplash also features a work shelf with roomier tool and equipment access below. This potting table provides an easy and smart way to create stunning floral arrangements for the garden or home. * A large potting bench is a great addition to any garden or greenhouse!. It has a bottom shelf and storage drawer.. Enclosed tray for potting soil. 16 sq. feet of countertop space.. Inclueds four large cup hooks for hanging tools.. 48" L x 24" D x 55" H
The Vegetable Gardener's Container Bible: How to Grow a Bounty of Food in Pots, Tubs, and Other Containers
By growing vegetables in containers, even novice gardeners can reap a bounty of organic food in very small spaces. Anyone can harvest tomatoes on a patio, produce a pumpkin in a planter, or grow broccoli on a balcony - it's easy Ed Smith shows you how to choose the right plants, select containers and tools, care for plants throughout the growing season, control pests without chemicals, and much more. He even includes plans for small-space container gardens that are perfect for urban and suburban gardeners.
Harvest up to 1 ½ lbs of gourmet, homegrown scrumptious pearl oyster mushrooms in as little as 10 days! The Back to the Roots’ mushroom garden contains everything you need to grown mushrooms straight from the box. Makes a wonderful holiday gift; perfect for the novice and urban gardener. Low maintenance indoor growing just set on a window sill and mist twice a day (mister included). The Mushroom Garden box contains 100% recycled coffee grounds and mushroom spores (seeds). Multiple crops from one box! Just 3 Easy Steps - Open, Mist, and Harvest. Mushroom Garden will last in the box before opening - No Shelf-Life, Can Grow All Year Round
Container gardening is ideally suited to today 's lifestyles it provides the excitement, versatility, and variety of in-the-ground gardening to those with limited space, time, and resources. But in order to make the most of container gardening, aspiring gardeners whether rank beginners or seasoned veterans need to know precisely which plants perform best in containers; just as importantly, they need to know how to grow them well. Author Ray Rogers is the ideal guide to this world of colorful possibilities. An award-winning container gardener and horticulturist, he profiles more than 500 outstanding plants in 180 genera. Along with Rogers 's engaging descriptions, the entries include each plant 's height and spread; light, moisture, temperature, and soil requirements; ease and rate of growth; principal interest and design attributes; potential problems; and best method of propagation. To this abundance of useful information, Rob Cardillo 's stunning photographs add a wealth of visual inspiration. Success with container gardening isn t always instantly achieved it 's easy to be seduced by brightly flowering plants at a nursery or garden center that turn out to be unsuited to the growing conditions provided for them, or that make poor companions for their pot-mates. Even a brief dip into this authoritative reference, however, is sure to yield a host of plants that will show just how spectacular a well-grown and carefully chosen container garden can be.