There is nothing more impressive than having a pretty container garden. It doesn't just give you immense pleasure of having your own produce but also enhances the beauty of your overall house. If you think that you do not have enough space in your house to grow a garden, then container gardening is a great option for you. All you need is some soil and a pot or a container which you can even hang on the wall or on the window grills. So, here we are going to talk about 5 foods which are easy to grow in containers. Take a look.
5 Foods You Must Grow In Your Container Garden
Here is the list of five vegetables which are easy to grow in your garden.
1. Peppers Or Chillies
To add some fiery flavour to your food, you can grow peppers or chillies to your container garden easily. Use a container that is about 14 to 16 inches deep and secure it with twine to keep it upright reaching the sun. It is said that the spice of the peppers will depend on how warmer the surrounding is.
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2. Scallions, Green Onions Or Spring Onions
This nutritious garnishing food can be grown in your garden. All you need is to just place the roost of the store-bought scallions or spring onions in a jar. Keep pouring an inch of water for a week then you can see the roots are growing. Remove the green portion and plant the stem in the soil. You are done!
Radishes are one of the most common foods which can be found in every Indian kitchen. To grow that in your garden you have to scatter seeds over the soil and have to cover lightly. After a week, thin the seeds to about one plant for every 2 inches of soil.
Who doesn't love having a container garden with a lot of useful herbs? If you also love herbs, you have to water them once a week and keep them in a sunny spot inside or outside your home. Do not forget to feed fertilizer once a month.
Snap peas are good to plant in the early spring season. They thrive in cooler weather and can and can withstand light frost. So, spring is the perfect season glow peas in your container garden.
So, what are you waiting for? Glow these nutritious foods in your container garden and enjoy your produce.