Growing Crops in Pots
Story: Growing Crops in Pots
Presenter: Sue McDougall
Air Date: 20 March 2021
Nothing beats the taste of homegrown veggies. Sue shows us a simple way to create an amazing edible garden, that even beginner-gardeners can achieve.
- Use a bag of premium potting mix, lay it flat, and cut 6 holes into the top and bottom of the bag.
- Autumn is the perfect time to plant Broccoli Baby Bunching because there are no Cabbage White Butterflies around to destroy the crops.
- Once harvested, Broccoli Baby Bunching, keeps producing side shoots allowing for repeat harvest.
- Dwarf Beans thrive in warmer environments. They grow up to approximately 30cm in height and will rapidly fill the area producing mass beans for harvest.
- Peas are a great winter crop, and the Novella Pea is a dwarf variety, which stays short and compact, perfect for growing in a potting mix bag.
- For one bag, having 3 varieties to grow is ideal but if you want to achieve a bigger harvest, repeat this method in a larger number of potting mix bags.
- All these vegetable varieties can grow together successfully, or you can separate each variety in a bag by themselves.
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