Starting your Vertical Garden indoors
Starting your Vertical Garden indoorsWhen is the best time to begin planting your vegetables, herbs or flowers? That depends on where you live!! These are the container vegetables and flowers we have started indoors. Because our vertical gardening products are easy to transport and fit through a normal door way, we will be moving our fresh produce outside as the weather permits. To ensure a successful transition to outdoor living, after the last heavy frost we will transfer them to a sheltered location for one week to “harden off”. Many of our plants will remain in their container garden on an open deck/patio.Our vertical garden can also be used outdoors in an area where you have tillable soil. There, we will use the vertical garden for vining plants, such as tomatoes, cucumbers, green beans and a variety of other vining produce along with the containers to grow fresh lettuce, spinach, carrots and herbs. In addition to vining vegetables, our garden area will include vegetables such as tomatoes, peppers, brussel sprouts and broccoli. Your own favorite fresh chemical free vegetables can be just a step outside your door.
What can I plant in my vertical garden containers?
We have been using the Companion Planting Guide from Burpee. “It is helpful to think of building good plant communities when planning your garden. This is the most important concept behind companion gardening. Time tested wisdom holds that certain plants grown close together become help mates.”And after all, who wants just a container with only one vegetable variety when it’s proven that mixing vegetables creates a better growing medium. On the other hand, maybe you just want a bunch of fresh lettuce or onions.The choice is yours and vertical gardening supply makes it easy to grow whatever type of fresh produce you want.Vertical Garden Containers in Progress.Please check back and watch them grow!! Better yet, get started now. Spring has sprung!!
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