Posts Tagged ‘Container Garden’

SHTF Survival Gardening in Containers

Finally got some Tomatoes, Bell Peppers, Basil and Oregano in the ground – err – buckets! Not soon enough for the latest increase in food prices though. Container gardening with “earth box” type planters made from buckets and Rubbermaid containers. It is a self watering bucket garden! Next is brussel sprouts, head lettuce, and a Jalapeno plant.

My First Global Bucket and Container Garden

This is a look at my first Global Bucket and Container Vegetable Garden.

How To Make A Container Garden Tower Out Of Reclaimed Materials.wmv

Shawna Coronado shows how to be green and sustainable by reclaiming – reusing a series of old planting containers. She paints the containers, then builds a special planting tower with the recycled pots, creating a green and eco-friendly way to make an environmental difference in your garden. See more of Shawna and her tips at www.shawnacoronado.com

Container Gardening Think “In” the Box!

Gardening in Containers is more than you think! See Watermelon, Cantaloupe , Musk Mellons, Potatoes, Pumpkins Beans, Carrots, Squash, Cucumbers. Peas and of course Tomatoes and Lettuce. Want more see my blog thoughtsfromwisdom.blogspot.com

Choosing Fall Flowers for Container Gardening and Window Boxes

You can replace and revive summer planting containers with fresh fall-flowering plants. Lowe’s shows you 5 colorful options for autumn containers and window boxes. 1. Pansies – Pansies have large single petals and come in blue, purple, maroon, white and yellow, as well as a mix of bicolors. These hardy flowers look great edging a container or window box because of their short stature and large cheery flowers. 2. Kale – Ornamental kale offers big, colorful, frilly leaves in white, purple, pink and green-blue. You need just a few plants to fill up a container or window box. Kales like the cool temperatures of autumn, and they’ll stand up to frost, too. 3. Asters – Dwarf varieties of asters grow 6 to 8 inches tall and are covered with fringed flowers in purple, blue, or pink with bright yellow centers. 4. Chrysanthemums – Chrysanthemums, or mums for short, are a fall favorite and a standout for containers and window boxes because they come in many different colors, like red, lavender, white, yellow, gold, russet and chartreuse. Mums come in double and single flowers, too. 5. Gourds and pumpkins – There’s no planting involved—just stack them into a container or mix them with plants. You can grow your own gourds and mini pumpkins, of course! To find fall ready plants and supplies for your containers, visit www.Lowes.com For more information about every type of plant or flower, visit www.Lowes.com

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