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Container Vegetable Gardening Made Easy: How To Grow Fresh, Healthy Vegetables At Home In Pots John Stone

Container Vegetable Gardening Made Easy: How To Grow Fresh, Healthy Vegetables At Home In Pots

John Stone

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Container vegetable garden refers to growing veggies in a container which is small in size. The container can be a pot, drum, bushel baskets, gallons or wooden boxes. Here is some of the information you’ll find in Container Vegetable Gardening Made Easy:The Benefits Of growing Your Own VegetablesWith the availability of a wide variety of fresh and processed vegetables these days at your local supermarket or grocer, why would you bother growing your own vegetables? Listed are ten benefits you can enjoy from growing, rather than buying, your own vegetables.The Basics Of Growing Vegetables In ContainersLearn what kind of pot or container you can use to grow your plants and what materials to avoid.Useful ToolsIncluded is information about the basic tools that you will need in order to make your gardening experience easier and more productive.The Potting SoilThe most critical consideration when you’re purchasing or blending your own potting soil is to ensure that the mix is light enough to provide adequate pore space for air, water and healthy root growth. Included is a quick basic recipe for making your own potting mix.Watering Container VegetablesThis chapter discusses ways to help you determine when you should water you plants and how much you should water them. Learn to recognize the signs that your plant is suffering from over watering or dehydration.Fertilizing Your CropsFor container gardeners, creating a living soil, rich in humus and nutrients, is the key to growing vegetables and herbs. Here are instructions to create an organic liquid fertilizer, which can be absorbed quickly by your plants.Growing Vegetables IndoorsThere are many types of vegetables that can be grown indoors without the aid of extra lighting. Here are some of the best ways you can grow vegetables on windowsills and near natural light sources, such as glass doors and windows, and some handy hints you can implement to keep them healthy.The aim of this eBook is to introduce you to basics and advanced container vegetable gardening. You will learn how you can grow resourceful vegetable garden in your house. Also included is a list of 10 vegetables you can easily grow in containers and information on how to quickly make your own miniature greenhouse at very little cost.Readers SayI bought this book so I could get back into having fresh vegetables. Having lived on a farm at a young age I became accustomed to eating fresh vegetables, but now living in the city has forced me to eat out of a can. So when I saw this book I had to pick up a copy and found it to be quite informative. It gives the reader all the information needed to start their own little garden in the city. So if you are tired of eating vegetables out of a can tryout this book.................Tucker