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    Simplify your life by growing vegetables in containers this year instead of in the ground. Container gardening and vegetable gardening go hand in hand - learn how to prep containers, what sizes work best and the best growing mediums!
    June 27, 2013

    Grow carrots in a pot. Genius!

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