Growing vegetables in pots is not only a good solution for people who do not have enough space, but also for those with limited mobility. Growing plants in this way will make them easier to water and care and they do not require care. Almost any plant to grow in a garden can be successfully grown in a container vegetable gardening beginners.
Container vegetable gardening beginners prepare the container for planting. If it does not have drainage holes, drill at least four at its base. Fill the pot with multi-purpose good quality land. Leave a space of 1/2 inch into the top of the container to allow irrigation.
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Container vegetable gardening beginners mix slow-release balanced fertilizer into the ground. Use 1/2 tablespoon for each gallon of soil. This material will provide the plant with nutrients for several weeks.
Dig a hole for each plant, using a garden spade. The same should not be deeper than the roots of the plant, as planting too deep can cause it to rot. The exception to this is tomatoes, which should be planted up to half the length of the stem. Place the plant in the hole, then flattens the soil around the roots.