There is nothing I like better then to go outside into the garden and pick some fresh vegetables or fruits for a meal.
Unfortunately our dog marks his territory regularly so I am reluctant to plant anything edible in our yard.
This year, although I do not have much experience, I decided to start my "garden" in flowerpots and containers. It is wonderful how decorative, besides being so delicious, tomatoes and celery can be.
Could you recommend some other veggies which do good in flowerpots?
I would also like to ask you is there some fruit trees or bushes that could be planted in flowerpots as well and which one do you recommend? I would love to have them in my little "garden".
Answer: Most vegetables and herbs, as well as most dwarf fruit trees, can be grown in containers. Vines like strawberries, cherry tomatoes, and peas are beautiful in hanging pots.
Vegetables with long roots such as slicing tomatoes, dwarf trees, and root vegetables such as carrots and turnips do better in five gallon (18 liter) pots, which will give them room to spread their roots a bit.
I hope that answers your question. If you have more questions about container gardening or something I said wasn't clear to you, just post a reply below and we can talk about it more.
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