Just because you don’t have the room for a garden, doesn’t mean you have to miss out on enjoying fresh fruits and vegetables. Container gardening solves the issue for those on-the-go with small amounts of time and space to spare!
Watch our video to learn more about how to plant in containers.
Small Space, BIG Taste
Growing your own fruits and vegetables with ease! All you need are some good deep planters and space on your balcony, patio or deck. No ground space? Rail plantersare perfect for herbs like basil, oregano, rosemary and thyme. Larger pots and containers work well for tomatoes, peppers, lettuce, mixed greens and more.
All in One Place
No more walking rows to fertilize, plant or harvest. You can grow your favorites right next to each other in different pots. Start to grow bush tomatoes mid-spring alongside fresh herbs and peppers to create a salsa garden right outside your door!
Say Goodbye to Weeds!
When growing produce in containers there is a much smaller surface area as opposed to an in ground garden, making it much harder for weed seeds to find their way into your pot. While you might see an occasional weed, a quick pull from the pot and call it done. Say “so long” to long hours bent over pulling weeds.
Grow Box Makes it Easier!The Grow Box measures just over 2 feet long, 14” wide and a foot high, making it perfect for a patio, deck or balcony. The Grow Box allows for air to enter the soil from the top and bottom, which helps to prevent root-rot, diseases and fungus. That means more food on your table and less money leaving your pocket at the grocery store!
Use the Grow Box indoors or out with simple potting mix. The 4-gallon water well is impossible to overfill and easy to check to see when more water is needed.
Perfect for planting vegetables, herbs, berries and flowers! Add the optional Plant Support Cage, with sections already joined with elastic cord, to provide the needed support for beans, tomatoes, peppers and peas! Gardening is supposed to be enjoyable, and the Grow Boxmakes it feel that way.
If you enjoy container gardens, try flowers or herbs with our Flower Container Design 101 or Herbs for Better Healthguides.