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Hanging Basket Planters

Posted by LullabyF360 8a (My Page) on
Wed, Mar 19, 14 at 19:07

Until we are moved into our newly built house, I have very limited space as far as vegetable gardening goes. Right now my garden in grown in notches dug out from the side of levee of my neighbor's pond. Even still, that is not a whole lot of space, so I am having to resort to container gardening also. I have seen a few photos of people using hanging baskets to maximize space. But what is appropriate to be grown in hanging baskets? I've only seen tomatoes, lettuces, herbs, & strawberries. Can beans also be suitable? Any root vegetables (beets, turnips, carrots, etc)? I am new to this idea & need help & tips.

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RE: Hanging Basket Planters

All the items you mentioned can be grown in containers. Some can be shallower and some deeper, depending on your plant.

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