You can grow a bounty of produce without a traditional garden. A container garden can be very productive and provide fresh vegetables all summer long. The trick is to plant the right kinds of produce that will thrive and grow in small spaces. It doesn't matter if you're planting on a balcony, or in raised beds, or even hang baskets, you don't need to be an expert gardener to grow a bevy of produce at your door step.
STOP TOMATOES FROM SPLITTING - Once you know what causes tomatoes to split open it’s so easy to prevent this coming tomato growing problem! Don’t miss these tips for growing great tomatoes in your home garden. #gardening #tomatoes #vegetablegarden #homeateadacres
Growing asparagus (Asparagus officinalis) requires patience but boy, is the payoff worth it. Although it takes up to three years to really get going, this perennial plant will produce a bountiful harvest year after year for up to 30 years.
As it turns out ... you've probably been growing your zucchini all wrong. To grow healthier, more productive, zucchini plants that take up less space you need to stake them and prune them. Just like a tomato! #vegetablegardening #zucchini via @artofdoingstuff