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Truth be told, you can grow almost anything in a pot -- and you can place those pots anywhere ... on a deck, patio or rooftop. That's why so many people love container gardening. It's versatile enough for suburban homeowners with acres of land as well as apartment-dwellers with no patch of ground to call their own. In fact, growing edibles in containers is a perfect way for homeowners and gardeners with limited space to have fresh food in their kitchens. Like each issue of "Fine Gardening," this latest collection is brimming with 300 essential tips, savvy shortcuts, and tried-and-true techniques, celebrating the growing popularity of container gardening. "Tips for Container Gardening "promises to bring out the bountiful best in all containers, large or small.
Garden lovers who have limited growing space can still embellish their surroundings with attractive flowers and greeneryaand this book shows them how. Plants that are especially suitable for growing in tubs, boxes, and hanging planters are profiled in alphabetical order and beautifully illustrated with full-color photos. This practical handbook provides gardening advice and information in three sections, each concentrating on a specific plant type: Balcony flowers Container plants Fruits, vegetables, and herbs Readers will find details on the characteristics of different plant groups, as well as advice on which plants need direct sunlight and which thrive in shady areas. They will also find general advice on pruning, propagating, soil types, plant feeding, and much more. Like all titles in Barronas " Compass Guides " series, " Balcony & Container Plants " features color-keyed page edges for quick reference to the bookas main sections. More than 200 color photos.
Enjoy gardening year round with the stylish and functional Garden 365 Mobile Garden. Suitable for both indoor and outdoor use; this elegant garden bed boasts an ample planting area anda durable; double wall insulated construction. Four swiveling and locking wheels provide easy portability; which sets thisgardening containerapart fromconventional planters. Created for use witheither soilor soil-less mediums; it is a perfect gardeningsolution for your home; patio; deck or porch. Easy to assemble and proudly made in the U.S.A. of scratch and dent resistant polyethylene. Includes two drainage holes with plugs.
More and more people are recognizing the need for nutritious, local, sustainable food, but organic options can be costly, and the produce sections of most supermarkets are packed with fruits and vegetables that have racked up more frequent flier miles than a rock band on world tour. How can urban dwellers without ready access to fertile land enjoy the benefits of traditional gardening? And for those with a yard, how do you maximize the harvest of fresh, healthy edibles? In "From Container to Kitchen," D.J. Herda shows that there is a way. Written for the novice home gardener as well as the seasoned pro, this fully illustrated, comprehensive guide will show you how to save up to 70 percent on your produce bill by growing fruits and vegetables in pots. Topics include: Selecting the right container size and location Optimizing soil composition and nutrients Managing light, water, and humidity Choosing the best fruits and vegetables for container gardening Eliminating pests and plant diseases naturally Extending the harvest Dig in to this bumper crop of container gardening tips and techniques and learn how to create your own moveable feast D.J. Herda is an award-winning freelance author, editor, and photojournalist who has written several thousand articles and more than eighty books, including "Zen and the Art of Pond Building." He is an avid organic gardener and test grower and has been writing extensively about growing fruits and vegetables for over forty years.