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Raising Seedlings for the Veggie and Patio Garden

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Raising Seedlings for the Vegetable and Patio Garden Marty Ware discusses all about seedlings, different plants and ways to raise them for your patio and outdoors vegetable Garden. This video is a part of the “How to Start a Vegetable Garden” series. Subscribe so you don’t miss the show!

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Growing requirements are provided on seed packets, on nursery tags, and in books etc.If you have a Lettuce is a fantastic pot plant, and “Patio” or “Tumbler” tomatoes will grow extremely well from hanging baskets. Plants that Additional Vegetable Gardening Tips & TricksCertain seeds can be sewn directly into the ground for vegetables such as beans, beets, carrots, chard, corn, lettuce, melons, peas, pumpkins, squash, and turnips, as they grow best that way.

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Garden blog with planting instructions and information on vegetables, flowers, trees and shrubs./> Advantages of a raised bed include a growing area that is concentrated in a permanent bed with easy access from a permanent path. Beds can have any shape. garden area. Protection for plants can be added with portable hoop houses, netting, or cold frame doors. Raised beds can be placed along hedges, decks, or patios to increase the range and quantity of vegetables grown.

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