15 Stunning Container Vegetable Garden Design Ideas & Tips. Grow Climbers and Vines. Support climbing vegetables and vines and direct them upward with the help of a trellis or a cage or by any other way. Choose Colorful Containers. Use Hanging Baskets. Start One Pot Vegetable Garden. Try this Vertical Lettuce Planter.
Containers are generally low-maintenance. Beans, snap. Container: 5-gallon window box. Broccoli. Container: 1 plant/5 gallon pot, 3 plants/15-gallon tub. Carrots. Container: 5-gallon window box at least 12 inches deep. Cucumbers. Container: 1 plant/1-gallon pot. Eggplant. Container: 5-gallon pot. Lettuce. Onions..
Enjoy tasty, homegrown vegetables on your doorstep, deck, patio, balcony, or garden with these herb and vegetable garden ideas for containers.
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The Best Vegetables for Containers. 4-5": chives, lettuce, radishes, other salad greens, basil, coriander. 6-7": bush beans, garlic, kohlrabi, onions, Asian greens, peas, mint, thyme. 8-9": pole beans, carrots, chard, cucumber, eggplant, fennel, leeks, peppers, spinach, parsley, rosemary.
Here are a few great container vegetable gardening plans, tips, and ideas to get your garden off to a successful season of produce! Watch our video for .