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Vegetables for small gardens & containers in Australia

by Peter de Vaus

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Published by Hyland House, Exclusive distributor, ISBS in Melbourne, Portland, OR .
Written in English

Edition Notes

Other titlesVegetables for small gardens and containers in Australia.
StatementPeter de Vaus.
LC ClassificationsMLCM 92/07642 (S)
The Physical Object
Pagination128 p. :
Number of Pages128
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2109940M
ISBN 100908090463
LC Control Number88162735

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Sep 4, - Explore Jan Fox's board "Container Vegetable Gardening", followed by people on Pinterest. See more ideas about Container gardening, Container vegetables, Vegetable garden pins.   This is video (1 of 3) for growing vegetables in your first container garden. I show you basic set up ideas for a container garden, talk about 3 key points, highlight plants that grow well in 5.

  When selecting which vegetables you want to plant, pay close attention to the description on the seed packet, tag, or label. Each variety of vegetable comes with specific benefits. Some produce smaller plants ideal for containers or small gardens. Other varieties offer better disease resistance, improved yields, or better heat- or cold-tolerance.   Gardening in containers is an easy way of growing your own, and you can easily expand with more containers to fit the space you have. Whether you have one simple pot for herbs or a mini-farm full of plants it’s easy to get hooked on the taste of your growing your own fresh produce and the convenience of having them right outside your back door.

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