If you are looking for an outlet while being confined to your home, then growing a container garden might be a good fit for getting you out of your rut. The great part about growing a container garden is that the containers can be moved anywhere, you won’t have to worry about having a massive amount of space for a regular garden. Just make sure that your specific herb or vegetable that you plan on growing has plenty of room in the container you use, and that the soil is the right texture.
- The soil should be adequately drained so as to not be too moist or dry, and regularly monitoring the soil for moisture can help.
- The right containers should be sized according to the plants being grown and should allow for appropriate drainage.
- In order to keep the plants healthy, well-fertilized soil and proper amounts of sunlight are necessary.
“For best results, use this five-step method: water plants before harvesting, make clean cuts, keep them clean, dry your harvest quickly and store them away from sunlight and moisture.”
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