Growing Container Tomatoes in Six Easy Steps


Container grown vegetables are a great alternative if you're limited on space or just looking for a more manageable form of small scale gardening. Click the link above for the full details on how to create your own.

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  • Bea F
    on Aug 5, 2013

    All the ideas are great. I will use anything as long as I get some tomatoes. Thank you all for the information.

  • Marilyn S
    on Aug 5, 2013

    You can even use used coffee filters to cover the holes. Used coffee grounds are good for the soil and we put the filters and grounds in the compost pile.

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