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planter size

Posted by Ramrod48 9 - FLA. (My Page) on
Mon, Aug 22, 05 at 11:14

hey folks : how's them green thumbs going . After something polised of my MATERS this summer , Iam kinda dishearted, but thanks goodness fall is coming a hopefull a bit cooler weather( MAN ITS HOT ), Ok I know this is suppose to be about ill maters, But I was hoping ya'll could tell me the best size pot to grow Maters on the porch would be ??, I was looking at the size of a 1 gallon milk jug, Would that be enough to grow a Normal Mater in or do I need bigger ?? , Also I was at the Walmart , An they had Mater seeds in this lil red egg , said " guaranteed " to grow . Any of ya'll ever tried them ??? , well I gotta get , Ya'll take care check back in a bit an see whats the verdict, Thank You


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RE: planter size

  • Posted by suze9 z8a TX (My Page) on
    Mon, Aug 22, 05 at 18:29

But I was hoping ya'll could tell me the best size pot to grow Maters on the porch would be ??, I was looking at the size of a 1 gallon milk jug, Would that be enough to grow a Normal Mater in or do I need bigger ??

Much bigger -- 5 gallon bucket minimum. 10-15 gal would be better.


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