Custom-bred for containers and small space gardens, ‘Peas-in-a-Pot’s petite 10" plants produce a yield that a pea plant four times its size would be proud of. Grow in an 8" diameter pot on a sunny balcony, deck or patio.
Minimal growing space often corresponds to a dearth of off-season storage. Sturdy containers that can be left out year-round, above, are a good solution. These three sizes of these stackable planters in a lightweight, all weather resin accommodate all kinds of veggies. Large plants such as tomatoes will need staking: Bamboo is an attractive, inexpensive option; sturdy metal tomato cages work well, too. By keeping the plants upright and well aerated, you help minimize the possibility of…
What Size Pot? Use the guide for the minimum pot size for many vegetables and herbs. This guide is for one plant per container unless noted otherwise; if you want to plant multiples, go up at least one size. Be sure to give plants proper support. Insert a tomato cage or trellis in the pot for tomatoes, cucumbers, eggplant, and peppers.
Cucumber, Salad Bush Hybrid Full-sized, full-flavored 8" slicers on tiny plants. No room for vines? Bush types take one-third the space, so they're great for containers and raised beds. Salad Bush Hybrid. 57 days. All-America Winner. Full-sized, full-flavored 8" slicers on tiny plants. High disease resistance means high yield and a longer season. Sun. Spreads 26 inches.