you might look into container gardening. i am in the same zone and have raised tomatoes, broccoli, eggplant, peppers and brussels sprouts (among others) in self-watering containers. saves having to dig a garden and maintenance is minimal. there is lots of advice on this on the web.
read page 4 of the i really never start vegetables from seeds discussion from the chowhound gardening, vegetables food community. join the discussion today. australia; u.k. browse all locations i'm growing in container gardens. my first year last year was a huge hit and we put up ten pints of mild salsa, and five pints of hot.
growing vegetables in containers is an easy way to experience the flavor and freshness of home-grown vegetables. here's a little-known secret: most vegetables actually grow really well in containers. and by picking the right plants, you can create your own vegetable container garden and grow a fair amount of food in just a few pots!
container gardening is an easy way to grow vegetables, especially when you lack yard space! if you have a small garden or simply a patio, balcony, or rooftop, explore the magical world of gardening in pots!
the container you need to take into account the following factors when choosing a container; drainage: ensure your containers have good drainage with adequate holes in the base. size: make sure the plant roots have enough space to grow and repot into a larger pot when the roots appear to be out growing the container.
read the reuse of soil in containers discussion from the chowhound gardening food community. join the discussion today. i grow a container garden, and wonder if i can reuse potting soil, either partially or completely for my veg this year. i usually feed with bone meal and fish emulssion every couple weeks.
i have a sunny front yard and want to do container gardening. my husband said we can't have a veggie garden in the front, but he says containers are ok. tell me what kind of containers you like. what veggies do you grow? do you combine certain veggies with others? what are the best? never had much of a garden before so i am a newbie.
my australian small space summer vegetable garden this is my summer garden growing on the mid north coast of australia. it's the last month of summer here and the garden had a major setback from a
tips for preparing your vegetable garden this summer for someone new to vegetable gardening is between 10 and 12 square feet. your seed packets and only use the suggested amount per seed
benefits of potted vegetables over garden beds. pots are easier to hand water than garden beds during periods of water restrictions, easier to find a ‘babysitter’ with pots when you go on holidays, take to a friends house or pop in a bath tub of water, pots are relatively easy to shift around the garden to find the right position and sunlight,
‘container gardens filled with red and green lettuces or a container that holds yellow tomatoes, purple basil and red peppers can be just as beautiful as a pot of flowers and much more delicious,’ said kathy laliberte, director of gardening for gardener’s supply co., in burlington, vt.