Container Vegetable Gardens

'Sweet 100' cherry tomatoes growing in a 15-gallon terra-cotta pot. Container-grown tomatoes are more susceptible to blossom end rot, but cherry tomatoes like 'Sweet 100', 'Sungold', and 'Black Cherry' rarely have this problem. Photo by Steve Masley

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juliegambin
L'Essence du Jardin a ajouté ceci à Tout ce qu'il faut savoir avant de réaliser son premier potager27 mai 2017

L’étéPlace à la récolte ! Le potager produit beaucoup durant l’été et bon nombre de légumineuses se récoltent en juillet et août. Il faut donc veiller à le faire à temps pour ne pas perdre ses légumes et fruits d’une part, et pour éviter d’attirer certains insectes colonisateurs en les laissant pourrir d’autre part. Enfin, cela évite aux plantes de se casser sous leur poids. La taille des végétaux du potager ainsi que le désherbage sont aussi d’actualité, même si ce n’est pas le plus gros du travail. Soyez vigilant à la météo, qui influera beaucoup sur l’état de votre potager…

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bckc1964
bckc1964 a ajouté ceci à potted plantings22 mai 2019

Even the smallest cherry tomatoes will need a pot or hanging basket that’s at least a foot deep and even wider, and the biggest tomatoes will want a planter as large as possible

nandini_acharya
nandini_acharya a ajouté ceci à 16026 Mahadevan Landscape16 mai 2019

container gardens. I am not sure of the advantages or disadvantages of raised bed, in soil and container gardens

winds2001
Dianne Raisin a ajouté ceci à gardening21 avril 2019

Steve Masley Consulting and Design 4. Add a growing support Almost all tomato plants need support to grow – with the exception of small determinate or bush varieties. Although your just-planted baby tomato plant doesn’t look as if it will need staking anytime soon, get your support in place now in order to avoid trying to wrestle a full-grown tomato plant into a cage later. If you’re using bamboo or other wooden stakes, put one stake in the soil at the centre of the plant and an optional three or four stakes around the edges of the pot to help support future lateral branches. Later on, you can loop string around the outer stakes to form a loose cage. If you’ve purchased tomato cages, get them in place now with the tomato plant at the centre. Plant ties can be useful for fastening the main stem and thick lateral branches to whatever type of trellis you’ve chosen to use.

alriffkin
Andy Riffkin a ajouté ceci à alriffkin's ideas21 avril 2019

5. Tomatoes Container-grown tomatoes are just as tasty as those grown in garden soil, and they have an added advantage if you live in an area with a tendency to have soil-borne diseases: Plant in containers and start with new soil every year, and you won’t have to worry about rotating your crop. Once you’ve found your ideal tomato-growing location, you can keep growing there year after year. As with other edibles, you’ll need to match tomato size to container size, but err on the side of larger. Even the smallest cherry tomatoes will need a pot or hanging basket that’s at least a foot deep and even wider, and the biggest tomatoes will want a planter as large as possible. Also, while seeing the fruit sprawling over the edges might be ideal in smaller containers and hanging baskets, you’ll probably want to stake the largest indeterminate varieties.

margielynnj
M J a ajouté ceci à outside18 avril 2019

Tomatoes Container-grown tomatoes are just as tasty as those grown in garden soil, and they have an added advantage if you live in an area with a tendency to have soil-borne diseases: Plant in containers and start with new soil every year, and you won’t have to worry about rotating your crop. Once you’ve found your ideal tomato-growing location, you can keep growing there year after year. As with other edibles, you’ll need to match tomato size to container size, but err on the side of larger. Even the smallest cherry tomatoes will need a pot or hanging basket that’s at least a foot deep and even wider, and the biggest tomatoes will want a planter as large as possible. Also, while seeing the fruit sprawling over the edges might be ideal in smaller containers and hanging baskets, you’ll probably want to stake the largest indeterminate varieties.

mahmoud_balbaa
Mahmoud Balbaa a ajouté ceci à Mahmoud's ideas11 avril 2019

We should have a good environment with moderate temperature.

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