Lettuce is a great container gardening vegetable because with its short roots, you can grow lettuce in almost anything with good drainage - even a shallow container. However lettuce likes to be kept moist, and it is easier to keep your plants moist in a larger container that holds more soil, because the more soil, the better the water retention.

How to Grow A Lettuce Garden in a Reusable Bag

container gardening picture of shopping bag, lettuce container garden - Photo © Kerry Michaels

Growing lettuce on your porch. Plant seeds in succession about a week apart, that way you'll have greens all summer.

10 Inspiring Gardens for Growing Food in Small Spaces

Romaine LETTUCE on the deck. Leaf lettuces grow very quickly and in little space. If you succession plant, sowing seeds every week in a few different planters, you'll create a supply of greens that will be ready in a steady stream all summer. Greens like

The Homestead Survival | Garden Tower Project | http://thehomesteadsurvival.com

If this really works.how totally awesome? Garden Tower Project The Homestead Survival vertical planter with a worm tower in the center really works. You add kitchen scraps into the center tower which creates a compost tea that drips out the bottom

How to Grow A Garden in a Reusable Bag: Add Drainage to Lettuce Bag

How to Grow A Lettuce Garden in a Reusable Bag

Easy way to grow seedlings.  You can also cut the opening to leave a side connected to cover for frost.

For salad greens. Drainage holes in bottom after loosening soil in bag. Plant seedlings in open top. Place bag on something to allow drainage. And keep moist but not sopping wet. Cut as needed and will practically grow back over night.

Organize Your Herb Garden - 150 Dollar Store Organizing Ideas and Projects for the Entire Home

150 Dollar Store Organizing Ideas and Projects for the Entire Home - DIY &...

DIY Hanging shoe-organizer herb garden from Instructables. We've seen a thousand clever re-uses for the over the door shoe organizer, but I think this vertical garden might just take the cake.

Kitchen Garden~ rows of red lettuces, green lettuce, kale, pak choi, salad greens, flowers

Ned to consider paving around my raised beds. Love the neat-clean look of this garden! Intensive Gardening: Grow More Food in Less Space (With the Least Work!) - Organic Gardening - from MOTHER EARTH NEWS

How to build a strawberry tower - Master Gardeners of San Mateo & San Francisco

How to build a strawberry tower with plastic buckets! longbeachkat How to build a strawberry tower with plastic buckets! How to build a strawberry tower with plastic buckets!

Epsom salt uses in gardening

Spraying epsom salt on plants boosts magnesium supply to plants and increases yield. Spraying 1 tablespoon of epsom salt mix with of water twice with 10 days gap could be used for good results. Tomatoes, peppers and rose can benefit extraordinarily

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