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cececede wrote:May 22, 2016
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    Aloe Designs

    defintely not staged! these are super great vegetable growing troughs as they are quite deep, and wide and come in an array of sizes. Edibles do great in its neutral growing condition. They are lightweight to move before filled and super affordable. Bought at feed supply lots.

  • cececede

    Thank you so much for all your comments. I appreciated them very much. I'll have a look at feed supply stores.

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Lauren Dunec Design added this to How to Grow Tomatoes in PotsMar 10, 2018

2. Choose a Large ContainerIn general, you want to choose the largest container you can get your hands on. Tomatoes grow on giant, rambling, shrubby vines and need enough soil to support their growth. Plus, larger containers with deeper soil reservoirs are slower to dry out, giving you more of a buffer with your watering.Select a container that has a soil depth of at least 18 inches, ideally more than 2 feet of soil, or a total soil volume of about 20 gallons. Galvanized-metal water troughs can make excellent vessels for growing tomatoes, as do wine barrels. As with any container, make sure that there are drainage holes before planting, drilling them yourself if necessary.Note: When using metal containers, including feed troughs, avoid placing them in baking-heat settings or on asphalt, which can cause roots to burn.Browse outdoor pots and planters in the Houzz Shop

Lauren Dunec Design added this to Raised Beds for Every Garden StyleMar 10, 2017

6. Urban FarmGalvanized livestock water tanks (available from feed stores), drilled with drainage holes, make excellent raised beds for smaller lots and urban gardens. They’re deep enough to grow larger vegetables like tomatoes and artichokes but don’t take up too much square footage.

Laura Gaskill added this to 10 Reasons to Love a Tiny GardenMay 19, 2016

3. A Tiny Garden Is the Perfect Size for BeginnersWhen you are just starting a garden for the first time, it’s easy to cover too much ground — those seed catalogs do look so tempting —and end up with too many garden chores and not enough time. A tiny garden is ideal for beginners since it forces you to start small. You will be glad you did.

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Karen added this to AccessibleMay 20, 2019

Wider pavers for wheelchair. Good height for planting

refsrus added this to Backyard PatioMay 9, 2019

Replace side gardens on right side of our house.

ronnieshouzz added this to Landscape IdeasMay 8, 2019

The idea of gardening in a really small space, and the usage of containers

Erin Davis added this to 2570 Dolphin Way BackyardMay 7, 2019

Path, xeriscape, cheap planters/raised bed garden concept

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