Container Vegetable Garden Haul: Home Depot and Dollar Tree

I’m going to attempt my first container garden this year, here are some of the products/veges/herbs/fruit that i will be using! Please give me tips and advic…
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8 Responses to “Container Vegetable Garden Haul: Home Depot and Dollar Tree”

  1. HowToWithSophie Reply May 1, 2014 at 10:50 am

    Good luck on your container garden, I’m no green thumb, I tried a couple of
    years ago but I wasn’t successful. Hopefully I can learn along with you :) 

  2. Anita Paul Whanau Reply May 1, 2014 at 11:26 am

    Hi Marcia

  3. Awesome!! My husband and I are going to try to a garden this year ~ we use
    a lot of fresh herbs so it will be much cheaper to have my own to use.

  4. I have had a bad time with the second seed tray you showed… i put the
    whole pot in like it said and it killed all of my cucumber plants last year
    within like 3-4 days.. so in my experience I won’t use them again or put
    them all in like it says… just something to think about. not saying it
    won’t work for you but it didn’t work for me last year. :) Good Luck

  5. kgpenguinschool Reply May 1, 2014 at 1:46 pm

    Great Video! This is very exciting getting more people to grow food like
    they did during WW2 in the Victory Gardens. Another YouTube channel you
    could check out is GROWING YOUR GREENS. He has many good videos on growing
    vegetables. As for advise one of the main things is make sure your
    seedlings get plenty of light, if not they will get what many call “leggy”
    over the past 7 years I have been growing I have had this issue, if your
    going to put the seedling in a window make sure you turn them, the best
    thing would be to use some type of florescent light which are semi cheap at
    like Walmart or home depot. I hope every thing goes well!

  6. Katerina Kiaha Reply May 1, 2014 at 2:19 pm

    I actually grew a 1/2 in. green pepper last yr. LOL I wish better for you.

  7. Katerina Kiaha Reply May 1, 2014 at 3:11 pm

    Pls show us your progress. I will say I tried to do this a few years ago
    and prided myself on having the smallest plants known to myself (and maybe
    mankind). Never grew over 2 inches. Just my story. I believe in you. Show
    how it CAN be done!

  8. SuperMomof3plus1 Reply May 1, 2014 at 3:53 pm