University of IL: Container Gardening
A small space doesn’t have to limit gardening potential.
A University of Illinois Extension educator recommends container gardening for people without outdoor availability for plants.
Extension educator, Ken Johnson, explains different containers, such as pots, buckets, milk cartons and shoes can be used to grow plants with essential basic needs.
As long as a container is able to hold water and has drainage pathways available, it can be used to grow plants.
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Posted on June 22nd, 2016 by Ag is America