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Gazette Gardener: Container gardening practical, but there are a couple of limitations

Cabbage, eggplant and marigolds create an interesting combination in this container garden created by Robin Wolfe at Wells Nursery.
Photographer: Marc Schultz
Cabbage, eggplant and marigolds create an interesting combination in this container garden created by Robin Wolfe at Wells Nursery.
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The advantages of growing food in containers has made even gardeners with room to plant in the ground look into planting vegetables in urns, window boxes and pots. There are plenty of good reasons: little, if any, weeding; known soils; fewer pests; the ability to grow in a limited amount of space; the ability to place the container where it gets the best sun; or near where it can be easily harvested. While yields are ...


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