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Do you love tender new potatoes? Here’s a really easy and fun way to grow your favorite potatoes in a container at home.
Remember that super sweet spiral herb garden that we built last spring? It produced lots of delicious herbs for my kitchen, but it lay dormant over most of the winter. Like any container that you’re planting in, these herb spirals need a bit of maintenance to spruce them up for spring plantings. Here’s how to fix yours up so it’s good as new!
I’ve been talking over the last couple of weeks about how this little container garden situation has expanded into…well….a not-so-little situation. Here’s a little tour of my container garden, and I’d love to hear what you guys are growing!
A beautiful spiral food garden in Key West, Florida. Have you spotted any interesting food garden designs?
Even more additions to this food growing experiment: more herbs and a lovely lemon tree!
The plants out front have been doing so well that we’ve expanded our food-growing adventures to the back! Here’s how you can build your very own spiral herb garden.
An update on my little container garden. What are you guys growing?
My little container garden is chugging along, and I think part of its success is that I feel accountable to you guys with these updates. I’d love to hear how your gardens are doing, too!
Hey there fellow food growers! How are things going in your gardens? I promised to update you guys on my container garden progress, so here goes…
All of that blustery March weather wasn’t easy on my little container garden, but things are chugging along!
If you have a deck, porch or even a window sill, you can have a garden. Container gardening can be a great way to start gardening, try something new, out wit predators, or bring kids into gardening. Having a garden, even a modest one, will bring beautiful food to your table and a sense of satisfaction. With food prices on the rise, every garden can help to put healthy food on the table and more money in your wallet.
My goal this spring is to grow some food. Not a ton of food, but some. I invite all of you to join me and share your experiences!