Used terra cotta pots are easy to find at thrift stores and garage sales.
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Using vertical space wisely can help increase the output potential of a small space.
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Herbs grow well in pots but require constant watering.
Rhubarb and potatoes grow in half whiskey barrels.
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Cheery citrus trees are easy to grow in pots and can spend winter indoors.
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Bell peppers grow best in full sun.
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A planter displays the "square-foot" gardening method, designed to grow lots of produce in little space.
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Strawberries are a perfect container plant.
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You can use just about any container for food crops, as long as it holds enough soil to support roots.
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Plants in containers offer mobility. Set up a planting station, then move them to where growing conditions are ideal.
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